Mar 10, 2021

Specialist_fund_admin_roundtable_Feb_2021Our expert panel looks at how the specialist fund admin industry is handling issues such as technology and cyber crime, discusses the threat of global competition and lays out an agenda for the year. Chaired by Alex Rolandi.

Mar 08, 2021

Portfolio_managementCourtney Thomas and Maximilien Dambax, of specialist fund administrator Alter Domus, give insight into how client-facing technology is driving the alternative funds administration business.

Mar 08, 2021

David_SarfasDavid Sarfas, head of private capital at Intertrust Group, discusses how robotisation and emerging technology is driving data management processes forward.

Mar 08, 2021

LumberjackA not-for-profit industry ‘utility’ has demonstrated it can slash data management costs related to MiFID II. Alex Rolandi speaks to those involved, asking about the project’s future – and where the cost reductions are made.

Mar 03, 2021

Technology abstractEurope’s largest asset manager has unveiled a new business line designed to sell technology services to other asset managers and to compete with BlackRock.

Mar 02, 2021

bitcoin bubble, bitcoin maniuplation, tetherAlex Pickard of Research Affiliates warns that alleged market manipulation that could be linked to recent climbs in bitcoin’s value could be disastrous if proven true.

Feb 25, 2021

David Abitbol SGSSDavid Abitbol, chief executive of Societe Generale Securities Services, says there’s still plenty that asset servicers can do for fund manager clients to improve their costs base - and like some of his peers, the CEO is looking at dealing desks.

Feb 17, 2021

CryptocurrenciesA US fund manager specialising in crypto assets has launched what it claims is the world’s first fund to focus on decentralised finance (DeFi).

Feb 17, 2021

Blockchain chainAsset managers will come under increased pressure from investors to use blockchain technology to provide more security and transparency for their funds, according to research.

Feb 16, 2021

private markets, technology, transparency, IntertrustPrivate capital fund managers will spend several billion dollars so they can provide daily performance reporting and meet other transparency demands in the next five years, research suggests.