regulation

Sep 16, 2019

Silke_BernardDespite the European Parliament adopting new rules on the cross-border distribution of funds, the ultimate goal of a single European market for investment funds remains, in spite of the availability of marketing passports, far from complete.

Sep 16, 2019

London Square MileFunds Europe explains The Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SM&CR), part of the UK financial regulator’s plan to improve culture, governance and accountability within financial services companies.

Sep 16, 2019

Ahead of the Association of the Luxembourg Funds Industry (Alfi) Global Distribution Conference, Funds Europe asks delegates about tech, ESG and regulation.

Sep 16, 2019

Alongside its huge traditional fund processing business, Luxembourg is seeing demand for alternative investment services. Experts from specialist administrators and securities depository Clearstream detail the environment.

Sep 16, 2019

BullseyeInaccurate trade reporting can cost millions – yet regulators may reject correctly reported trades from investment firms because a trading venue is at fault. Oliver Bishop of Elixirr explains.

Sep 16, 2019

London_CityExperts from asset servicing, technology and post-trade services speak to Funds Europe about issues likely to emerge at the Sibos post-trade conference, held in London from 23-26 September.

Sep 05, 2019

Our panel of experts dissect the big news events of the year, from Facebook’s Libra to the existential threat of AI and robotics. Chaired by Nicholas Pratt.

Sep 04, 2019

BrexitThe deadline is fast approaching for UK investment firms to submit a ‘Brexit licence’ to Luxembourg’s funds industry regulator so they can continue trading in the jurisdiction after a hard Brexit.

Sep 04, 2019

GeopoliticsNew technologies and politics will be high on the agenda at key funds industry events in the coming weeks.

Sep 03, 2019

Nick-FitzpatrickMaster trusts have operated in the UK market for years but by May this year, they needed to seek regulatory approval if they wanted to stay in business. In response, 44 of them decided to quit the market.

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