fund administration

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

Oct 07, 2010

Key_into_lockDeals in private equity are on the rise, but investor cash is still largely locked in. Angele Spiteri Paris asks whether the sector is going back to its long-term fundamental characteristics, after the quick turnovers seen in the boom years

Oct 07, 2010

Engine_wheelsUcits funds were meant to be so simple that anybody could understand them. There are now fears that regulators or fund managers have gone too far in adopting risky strategies, finds Nick Fitzpatrick

Aug 17, 2010

Crescent_guernsey_argyllThree Islamic investment teams from Malaysia, south-east Asia and Kuwait have been brought under a single fund structure and their offering is now available through a Guernsey-based, protected cell company called the World Shariah Funds, launched by Argyll Investment Services.

Jul 28, 2010

Dale_LippstreuDoes it make sense to allocate precious capital to an activity that does not differentiate you from competitors? Dale Lippstreu of Maitland comments

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