regulation

Aug 10, 2009

Regulators and politicians rightfully seek to address the challenges thrown up by the financial crisis. Nevertheless, little attention has been paid to professional investors whose interests it seeks to protect. Hans Janssen Daalen comments...

Aug 10, 2009

The European Commission proposes stricter regulation of alternative managers. Fiona Rintoul finds great hostility to this in the UK...

Jul 06, 2009

Contimuing our short series on pension fund regulation in some of the most important markets in Europe, Samuel Sender, of Edhec, looks at Germany...

Jul 06, 2009

The obligation for alternative fund managers to obtain an
authorisation has caused concern at European level and has been
criticised by the alternative funds industry.  Ursula García (pictured) and Maria Graiño Cuatrecasas comment

Jul 06, 2009

Nicholas Pratt examines the latest changes in the Egyptian funds market and what it means for prospective international investors

Jul 06, 2009

With parts of Deutsche Bank and now Credit Suisse under its belt, Aberdeen has grown out of the industry’s middle ground. CEO Martin Gilbert (pictured) tells Fiona Rintoul about the firm’s plans for global growth and graduate training...

Jul 06, 2009

Mark Briol • Biff Bowman • Nadine Chakar • Jaron Van Dam • Susan Ebenston • Andrew Gelb • François Marion • Rob Wright meet round a table with Nick Fitzpatrick

Jul 06, 2009

Turmoil in financial markets has focused investors’ minds on the role of their custodian banks and caused them to ask: How liable are custodians to reimburse me when assets are lost due to fraud or failure? This complicated issue will impact fees, says Nick Fitzpatrick

Jun 13, 2009

Charlie Porter, CEO
Thames River Capital

Is the crisis unfolding worse or better than expected?

Quantitative easing has been the latest and most effective tool to bring rates down, therefore easing monetary conditions. This feeds through to the economy via lower mortgage rates allowing increased consumption and lower corporate lending rates, allowing companies to either refinance at lower rates or to borrow money cheaply. Both help the economy.

Jun 13, 2009

Todd Ruppert, CEO & President,
T. Rowe Price Global Investment Services


From a fund management corporate perspective, is the crisis unfolding worse or better than expected? Are you more or less optimistic now about the business outlook until the end of 2009 than you were in December 2008, and why?

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