Magazine Issues»June 2009

The Netherlands provides an excellent example of how regulations are a driving force behind pension plan designs, says Samuel Sender of Edhec...

"BPM is a major leap forward in the effort to reduce human error within the transactional chain, thereby improving efficiency and increasing cost [email protected], says Paul zur Nieden

The financial crisis is vexing asset servicers in Central and Eastern Europe, finds Fiona Rintoul. But there are other causes of change too...

"Lord Turner had the unenviable task of striking a balance between producing a set of measured, workable proposals, while appeasing critics of the existing regulatory [email protected], writes David Berman

Tax and pension reforms means Turkish asset managers expect a steady but firm growth in securities investment, finds Nick Fitzpatrick...

Hedge funds have suffered massive outflows during the financial crisis, which makes Ucits III products look even more attractive, finds Fiona Rintoul...

Funds Europe looks at the in-house dealing desks of eight fund managers and asks where heads of trading wish to see more development

Axa IM's centralised dealing desk has freed its traders to support fund managers with ideas. Technology, too, is liberating, but Paul Squires says there is much hype around the numerous applications. By Nicholas Pratt

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