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    Independent directors urged for Ireland’s fund service providers

    Fund service providers will have to introduce an independent director to their boards under a new corporate governance code in Ireland.

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    Fund managers prepare for opening of Saudi stock market

    Fund managers are preparing for Saudi Arabia to open its stock market, worth nearly $550 billion, to direct foreign institutional investment in the first half of 2015.

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    Nedgroup extends Citi contract

    South Africa's Nedgroup Investments has expanded its contract with Citi to provide investor services to the Irish-domiciled and Ucits-compliant Nedgroup Investment Funds plc.

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    Generali appoints custodian in asset management restructure

    Generali Group, an Italian insurer, has appointed BNP Paribas Securities Services as global custodian as part of a restructuring of its asset management operations.

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    AIFMD a “great opportunity”, says Principal Global Investors

    Investment managers and investors need to realise that the new regime for regulated alternative funds in place this week is a great opportunity to

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OPINION: Towards an inclusive investment industry

It is a source of mild irritation to me that investment managers often include school fees in their lists of clients’ long-term savings goal... View Full Story
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SWISS INVESTMENT: A safe haven, a dangerous move

The Swiss franc has appreciated against the dollar over the years, tempting fund managers to take on additional currency risk to boost overall performance. Stefanie Eschenbacher finds speculative currency investing is a dangerous move.... View Full Story
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INSIDE VIEW: New challenges facing alternative funds

Corporate governance challenges are forcing managers to make significant changes, says Michael Hornsby, of EY in Luxembourg... View Full Story
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SWISS CLEARING & SETTLEMENT: The great migration

The rate of failed trades is to rise when Switzerland and the rest of the European Economic Area shortens settlement cycles by one day later this year. Stefanie Eschenbacher finds Switzerland may be better prepared than its peers.... View Full Story
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EDHEC RESEARCH: ETFs v futures: the race is on

In the second of two articles on ETFs, Felix Goltz of Edhec finds where ETFs are considered more advantageous over futures, and where they are not... View Full Story
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DISTRIBUTION: A charged debate

Fund charges are back in the spotlight, with 99% of active fund managers in a report underperforming. Fiona Rintoul finds some who think the charging puzzle can be solved, but there is disagreement on how to do it.... View Full Story
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