regulation

Jul 28, 2010

worldmapAsian fund managers are setting up Ucits funds to sell their products back into their home markets...

Jul 27, 2010

6_photos_2ROUNDTABLE: Gelb, Meager, Derobert, Ebenston, Briol and Biggs talk with Funds Europe.

Jul 22, 2010

liontamerResearch shows that hedge fund investors naively allocate to winning investment strategies.

Jul 06, 2010

Two new technologies demonstrate the return that investors could make from the waste market, explains Nick de Mestre of FourWinds Capital Management

Jul 06, 2010

The FSA is getting tougher on transaction reporting. Failure to comply with the rules may mean large fines and a loss of confidence by the regulator, say Monique Melis and Simon Appleton of Kinetic Partners.

After many years of being saddled with a poor reputation of both failing to act and, when doing so, seemingly ineffectively, the UK financial services regulator, the Financial Services Authority (FSA), is emerging as a stronger financial markets supervisor.  Keen to assert its authority and power as a regulator, the FSA has recently become more proactive in investigating...

Jul 06, 2010

The Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive will inevitably lead to higher compliance burdens and cost. Dealing with it will be uncomfortable, write Guy Rainbird of The Association of Investment Companies

Jun 17, 2010

The AIFM directive is set to introduce sweeping changes for alternative managers and their administrators. Nicholas Pratt looks at what these changes may be and how administrators are aiming to help both their clients and themselves

Jun 17, 2010

The financial crisis has highlighted the wide differences between the CEE markets and Western Europe, and also how heterogeneous they are as a group. This keeps asset servicers on their toes, writes Fiona Rintoul

Jun 15, 2010

The sunny island of Malta is working hard to grow its financial services industry and provide a hub in the Mediterranean, linking Europe with Africa and Arabia. Angele Spiteri Paris reports from the FinanceMalta conference...

Jun 01, 2010

esmt_hedgeHedge funds pose a serious threat to investors and the financial system, and need to be regulated more not less, according to new research released today by the Berlin-based European School of Management & Technology (ESMT).

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