fund administration

Apr 28, 2011

With the return of the risk appetite, service providers to the Nordic market need to up the ante and provide clients with a range of products they can move into quickly and that more suit their individual requirements. Edited by Angele Spiteri Paris

Apr 19, 2011

MinersThere is no denying it, 2010 was a tough year, according to our fund administration survey respondents. Nicholas Pratt finds out what sizeable challenges they faced

Feb 23, 2011

man_asleep_sofa_410A sofa-bed is both a bad sofa and a bad bed. Some fund administrators say the same applies to single administration systems that try to support multi-asset portfolios. Nicholas Pratt reports

Feb 23, 2011

Paul_Keltie"There has been a lot of talk in the industry about fairer compensation for work done, but the securities services industry does not have a strong track record in sticking to a transparent pricing model." Paul Keltie of HSBC comments

Feb 07, 2011

14.10_HandshakeKiwi hedge fund manager 36 South Capital Advisors appointed SEI to provide full-service operational outsourcing for the firm's recently re-domiciled volatility funds.

Jan 24, 2011

14.10_HandshakeAllianz Global Investors Europe has appointed Societe Generale Securities Services (SGSS) to provide a range of investor services in France and Italy for €9bn-worth of assets.

Jan 05, 2011

handshake_160An entirely new approach to partnership between asset managers and service suppliers is becoming evident in the more progressive deals. It may yet prove a watershed in the effectiveness and profitability of outsourcing, argues Jon Benson

Nov 15, 2010

Globe_AsiaUBS Global Asset Management, the asset manager and fund administration provider, said it is to develop 'on-the-ground' services in the Asia-Pacific (Apac) region in response to client requests. The firm said the move will also help it capture the region's growth potential.

Nov 10, 2010

Paul_EverittThe best administrators are becoming more agile and pragmatic when it comes to meeting the needs of fund stakeholders, says Paul Everitt

Nov 10, 2010

removal_menThe memory of failed lift-outs have been banished to the past and outsourcing is now making inroads into the front and middle offices, discovers Nicholas Pratt

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