technology

Mar 24, 2015

Luxembourg on mapLuxembourg may be more expensive as a fund domicile, but this has to be looked at from the perspective of cost versus market reach, says Fundsquare’s Olivier Portenseigne.

Mar 24, 2015

Tipping pointIn asset management, operational change is not only a necessary response to regulation but an opportunity for firms to become more successful, says  Thomas Pfister of Confluence.

Mar 24, 2015

Survey picFunds Europe sought the views of European asset managers in December with the first comprehensive survey on legacy systems. The results reveal just how much of a problem outdated technology poses.

Mar 24, 2015

Typewriter and laptopFriends Life Investments’ Luke Ransley talks about the legacy problems associated with in-house installations and discusses whether the trend towards outsourcing will prevent similar issues arising in the future.

Mar 19, 2015

ModelAgeing brings together a number of thematic investment topics, including technology and population growth. Fiona Rintoul explores further and looks at some of the companies piquing fund managers’ interest.

Mar 19, 2015

RobotData is both an asset and a liability for fund managers. Nicholas Pratt looks at whether managed data services might be a solution.

Feb 25, 2015

Cyber securityLanware, a technology service provider for investment management firms and financial institutions, has gained a 'Cyber Essentials' certification by Crest, the UK government-approved accreditation body under the

Feb 20, 2015

BinaryDigital technology means economic data has never been so abundant. In a market dominated by Reuters and Bloomberg, Alix Robertson reports on how smaller companies are getting in on the act.

Feb 20, 2015

Renewable energyRenewable energy producers are finding regulatory support globally, and accessing the sector is possible through numerous avenues. But how altruistic are investors themselves? Fiona Rintoul reports.

Feb 20, 2015

Ian KellyOnce upon a time, fund administration did just what it said on the tin and nothing more. Outsourcing the day-to-day of back office detail was a natural step for a global funds industry rapidly growing in size and complexity.

Pages