Luxembourg 2012

BaloonsHeavier regulation, the downturn, and Luxembourg's ambitions in the world of regulated alternative assets are changing its job market. Nick Fitzpatrick reports.

BrandConcerns about the Ucits brand are growing among non-European investors and regulators as the continent struggles to resolve its sovereign debt crisis. Stefanie Eschenbacher investigates.

SwanLuxembourg's specialised investment fund concept has been hailed a success. Stefanie Eschenbacher looks at the draft law intended to align these funds with the requirements of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers directive.

Asia is increasingly concerned about what the eurozone crisis means for Luxembourg's Ucits funds, which are distributed widely in the region. Our panel discusses this development and other themes affecting the fund and asset servicing industry. Chaired by Nick Fitzpatrick.

Asia is increasingly concerned about what the eurozone crisis means for Luxembourg's Ucits funds, which are distributed widely in the region. Our panel discusses this development and other themes affecting the fund and asset servicing industry. Chaired by Nick Fitzpatrick.

ControlsFund issuers will have to make a significant change to how they normally settle if they subscribe to Luxembourg's new central securities depository, finds Nick Fitzpatrick.

LuxLuxembourg has ambitious plans to double the market share of hedge fund servicing. Stefanie Eschenbacher reports.

CitiesCan Luxembourg compete with the likes of Paris and Hong Kong to attract high-quality staff from abroad? Jean-Jacques Picard looks at what it has to offer.

101806380Robin Sproull, of Bonaire, looks at regulatory changes affecting Luxembourg and argues that software investment is highly needed.

With at least 27 different pieces of regulation challenging the investment fund sector, our roundtable looks at how participants have been preparing. The panel also criticises co-ordination between major regulators. Chaired by Stefanie Eschenbacher.

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