fund administration

May 20, 2011

WaveNordic fund managers are becoming more comfortable with outsourcing their fund administration. Although several still carry out these functions in-house, things are beginning to change. Angèle Spiteri Paris reports

Apr 28, 2011

Top executives at some of the fund admin firms surveyed tell Funds Europe about the coming challenges for the year.


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.

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