Magazine Issues»April 2017

BullAsset management is in danger of becoming another industry thrown into stasis by an overbearing bureaucracy, says Jean Keller, CEO of Quaero Capital.

Playing_diceThe growth of two types of exchange-traded fund used typically for short-term trading indicates the trouble with passive investing in Asia. George Mitton reports.

Jeremy-ElmoreThe asset management industry is of key importance to the UK economy, in terms of employment and tax revenues as well as the wider business needs that fund strategies support.

An open discussion between funds industry experts and initiated by SGG Luxembourg took place in London to examine  the implications of Brexit for UK fund managers marketing to the EU.

Data_managementData management is adopting a ‘whole’ office approach, rather than front, middle and back-office silos. Nicholas Pratt considers the challenges.

CalendarThis year’s survey shows a renewed appetite for fund launches, especially for debt funds, and a rising demand for digital solutions, discovers Nicholas Pratt.

Luxembourg funds need clear procedures for CRS compliance, writes Andrew Knight, Partner at M Partners, a member of the Maitland network of law firms.

Third-party administration providers that took part in our survey are listed in our annual directory. Meanwhile, senior executives answer questions about product launches and business trends. (Part 2)


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