fund administration

Dec 07, 2007

In recent years it has been possible to make very impressive returns by investing in Emerging Europe. However, these opportunities are becoming harder to find. Nick Fitzpatrick considers how to benefit from these markets today

Nov 05, 2007

As assets under management have grown – and become more complex – it has emerged that there is now a dearth of skilled fund administrators in cross-border centres. Fiona Rintoul tries to uncover a solution.

Nov 02, 2007

As fund managers use ever more complex instruments, some are now selecting prime brokers instead of custodians to service their portfolios. Angelique Ruzicka analyses this emerging trend

Nov 02, 2007

As fund managers use ever more complex instruments, some are now selecting prime brokers instead of custodians to service their portfolios. Angelique Ruzicka analyses this emerging trend

Oct 01, 2007

With Asia an ever more important buyer of European Ucits 3 funds, administrators are increasingly using transfer agency platforms to meet the challenges of multiple languages and multiple compliance regulations. By Nick Fitzpatrick

Oct 01, 2007

With Asia an ever more important buyer of European Ucits 3 funds, administrators are increasingly using transfer agency platforms to meet the challenges of multiple languages and multiple compliance regulations. By Nick Fitzpatrick

Sep 24, 2007

BNY Mellon Asset Servicing, Brown Brothers Harriman, Caceis, Citi, HSBC Securities Services, JPMorgan Worldwide Securities Services, KAS Bank NV, Northern Trust, Societe Generale Securities Services (SGSS), State Street

Sep 24, 2007

BNY Mellon Asset Servicing, Brown Brothers Harriman, Caceis, Citi, HSBC Securities Services, JPMorgan Worldwide Securities Services, KAS Bank NV, Northern Trust, Societe Generale Securities Services (SGSS), State Street

Aug 20, 2007

Fiona Rintoul studies the data in our latest fund administration survey and considers from which geographies third-party fund administrators anticipate growth.

Aug 06, 2007

The Isle of Man has introduced a 0% corporate tax rate to attract more asset management business. Angelique Ruzicka looks at how competition between offshore centres is intensifying

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