regulation

Nov 10, 2010

roundtable_410In this second extract from FE's CEO roundtable discussion, panellists focus on risks that asset management CEOs must have uppermost in their minds.

Nov 10, 2010

roundtable_410CEO Roundtable Part 3: our industry leaders look at helping to develop savings and pensions policy in Europe, and the potential for business growth.

Nov 10, 2010

roundtable_410Ruppert, Helderlé, Du Toit, Servant, Parker, Corley and De Franssu: seven industry-leading chief executives and senior managers met with Funds Europe in October 2010 to share thoughts...

Nov 10, 2010

fireman_blazeCEOs cannot be expected to know about everything within their companies, but they will have to take responsibility for any mistakes made.

Oct 25, 2010

CO2_410Emerging-markets investors may unconsciously be running large risks by being over-exposed to carbon-intensive companies, according to new research from Trucost, the environmental risk consultancy, released last week.

Oct 07, 2010

Susan_LivingstoneThe stock lending debacle of recent times will lead to new business flows for BBH, the US global custodian, Susan Livingston tells Nick Fitzpatrick

Oct 07, 2010

dangling_phoneCentral clearing is set to become an important feature of the financial markets, but greater protection will come at a cost.

Oct 07, 2010

EU_Parliament_140The Gips standards are a working example of self-regulation in the capital markets. David Spaulding examines the benefits Gips compliance offers fund managers and looks at the role that data management has to play

Oct 07, 2010

Engine_wheelsUcits funds were meant to be so simple that anybody could understand them. There are now fears that regulators or fund managers have gone too far in adopting risky strategies, finds Nick Fitzpatrick

Oct 07, 2010

thornsCustodians and asset servicers in France operate in a thorny and risky environment because they run the highest risks for the lowest fees. Will European regulation level the playing field?

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