Magazine Issues»September 2010

man-floating_armchair_140Ireland may be in desperate financial straits but its funds industry is diverged from the macro storm. Nicholas Pratt examines why this is and how the industry seeks to expand

runningBecause of the amount of investment required, insurance companies are asking themselves if it's worth keeping their asset management arms. John Foster reports.

RegulationRegulatory deluge has afflicted fund managers for at least a decade. Martyn Cuff, managing director at Allianz Global Investors Europe, present his must-keep guide to regulatory and industry change and advice on handling changes.

Pizza_sliceRome seeks to separate Italian fund managers from banking parents to shake them out of complacency, increase  third-party assets, and become more competitive internationally. 

US_Spurs_140A type of product that has seen healthy inflows of money during the financial crisis is the American target-date pension fund. Could Europe benefit from this model?

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