regulation

Oct 30, 2007

Industry research shows that buy-side trading is undergoing significant changes that warrant comprehensive overhauls of fund managers’ technology infrastructure. Nicholas Pratt talks to DnB NOR’s Johan Erikson, head of global trading, about the changes he has made

Oct 30, 2007

Industry research shows that buy-side trading is undergoing significant changes that warrant comprehensive overhauls of fund managers’ technology infrastructure. Nicholas Pratt talks to DnB NOR’s Johan Erikson, head of global trading, about the changes he has made

Oct 15, 2007

Do you feel that fund supermarkets offer adequate distribution opportunities to help asset managers grow their business in Europe?

Oct 15, 2007

A pan-European fund supermarket should be easier to set up than eBay's global shopping centre. But platforms still lack the depth of coverage, finds Fiona Rintoul.

Oct 01, 2007

With Asia an ever more important buyer of European Ucits 3 funds, administrators are increasingly using transfer agency platforms to meet the challenges of multiple languages and multiple compliance regulations. By Nick Fitzpatrick

Oct 01, 2007

With Asia an ever more important buyer of European Ucits 3 funds, administrators are increasingly using transfer agency platforms to meet the challenges of multiple languages and multiple compliance regulations. By Nick Fitzpatrick

Oct 01, 2007

Nicholas Pratt looks at how Schroders and Thames River use compliance technology to handle onerous regulation

Oct 01, 2007

Nicholas Pratt looks at how Schroders and Thames River use compliance technology to handle onerous regulation

Oct 01, 2007

Hans-Olov Bornemann believes there needs to be a debate about how broker-dealers serve fund managers. The issues go beyond unbundling, though, and into the opaque world of how traders use confidential client information. By Nick Fitzpatrick

Oct 01, 2007

Hans-Olov Bornemann believes there needs to be a debate about how broker-dealers serve fund managers. The issues go beyond unbundling, though, and into the opaque world of how traders use confidential client information. By Nick Fitzpatrick

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