Magazine Issues»September 2012

Global-RippleFirms are likely to face significantly increased administrative burdens and need to review operational processes and technology infrastructures to cope with the demands of the new legislation, says Mark Benzing, of DST Global Solutions.

Panning-for-goldNew regulation will substantially alter the landscape for service providers to alternative investment funds, especially depositories, say Michael Hornsby and Andreia Camara, of Ernst & Young, Luxembourg.

James TinworthThe Alternative Investment Fund Managers  Directive (Aifmd) applies to alternative investment fund managers, not to the funds that they manage.

Treasure-ChestTwo French banks saw their global assets under custody shrink during our survey period, while Citi, formerly the largest custodian of European assets, was overtaken by an American rival, finds Nick Fitzpatric.

Two French banks saw their global assets under custody shrink during our survey period, while Citi, formerly the largest custodian of European assets,was overtaken by an American rival, finds Nick Fitzpatrick.

Two French banks saw their global assets under custody shrink during our survey period, while Citi' formerly the largest custodian of European assets' was overtaken by an American rival, finds Nick Fitzpatric.

Buiness-FunnelMandatory central clearing of over-the-counter derivatives is fast approaching, but are fund management firms prepared for the changes ahead? Omgeo's Tony Freeman explores some of the challenge.

Forest-FireSamuel Sender analyses opinion about the impact of regulation in the third and final article about non-financial risks.

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