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Sep 20, 2022

LuxembourgWith the Global Distribution Conference of the Luxembourg association of investment funds (Alfi) taking place this week (September 20-21), Laurent Marochini, head of innovation, Societe Generale Securities Services in Luxembourg, gives us his thoughts on technology in the financial sector.

Aug 25, 2022

Boardroom_table1.jpgBNY Mellon subsidiary Pershing has appointed Cécile Nagel as chief executive officer of its EMEA business, Pershing Limited.

Jul 28, 2022

Nick_FitzpatrickBarely a month goes by without a survey of institutional investors that signals greater allocations to private markets investments.

Jul 14, 2022

With the growing number of global collective redress mechanisms for investors to recoup investment losses, participation in non-US-litigation actions requires specific considerations, making it important for investors to have the full picture before they make a decision.

Jul 12, 2022

BNP_ParibasTeslin Capital Management has selected BNP Paribas Securities Services to manage the depot bank and custody services for Teslin Capital’s €1.2 billion global assets.

Jun 15, 2022

Network_abstractThe clearing and settlement system is struggling to leverage off of distributed ledger technology – but DLT is still where its future lies, finds Nicholas Pratt.

May 31, 2022

Ireland roundtable May 2022Our latest Ireland roundtable saw fund management head Robin Creswell join a panel of Irish funds experts to discuss AIFs, Ireland’s CP86 governance project, and the potential for the Emerald Isle to be a ‘green’ hub.

May 11, 2022

Pat_LardnerIreland is working to expand the talent pool available to the country’s €4 trillion funds industry, says Pat Lardner of Irish Funds.

Apr 22, 2022

Asset managers and fund boards grapple with the impact of climate risks on investments in their funds. However, things move quickly. Alongside awareness of biodiversity loss and the risk it poses, nature is another important risk that must also be considered.

Apr 22, 2022

CryptocurrenciesWhile cryptocurrencies forge onwards, access for investors who prefer to invest through regulated vehicles remains muted. A wait-and-see stance by regulators lies at the centre of this, finds Nicholas Pratt.

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