June 2009

The financial crisis is vexing asset servicers in Central and Eastern Europe, finds Fiona Rintoul. But there are other causes of change too...

"Lord Turner had the unenviable task of striking a balance between producing a set of measured, workable proposals, while appeasing critics of the existing regulatory [email protected], writes David Berman

Tax and pension reforms means Turkish asset managers expect a steady but firm growth in securities investment, finds Nick Fitzpatrick...

Hedge funds have suffered massive outflows during the financial crisis, which makes Ucits III products look even more attractive, finds Fiona Rintoul...

Funds Europe looks at the in-house dealing desks of eight fund managers and asks where heads of trading wish to see more development

Axa IM's centralised dealing desk has freed its traders to support fund managers with ideas. Technology, too, is liberating, but Paul Squires says there is much hype around the numerous applications. By Nicholas Pratt

Christoph Mast, of RCM, tells Nicholas Pratt there is a need for more data from brokers and vendors if electronic trading is to reach its full potential...

There is a lag between the rate of change in the trading world and the speed with which technology providers can help fund managers cope, finds Nicholas Pratt...

The founder of fiduciary management says providers should not invest client money with their own managers. Angèle Spiteri Paris finds out what some of Europe’s leading players think.

As the global financial crisis continues to unfold, Funds Europe reassembles its CEO panel to talk about the health of the industry...

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