Credit Suisse is extending its alternatives offering in a move that recalls its 2008 shift away from traditional strategies. Stefanie Eschenbacher talks to newly appointed global head of core investments, Tim Blackwell.
Stephen Zinser, CEO of London's ECM, found traction in the US after selling the firm to Wells Fargo. Now he has to sell Europe to the Americans, finds Nick Fitzpatrick.
The chief executive of Clearstream Jeff Tessler talks about his firm's acquisition of Citco's hedge fund custody business in Cork and why the AIFMD means liabilities can multiply. George Mitton reports.
Some fund managers are so keen to work for boutiques, they'll take a pay cut. Nick Fitzpatrick talks to Lionel Aeschlimann, chief executive of Mirabaud Asset Management, which hired established names to work on new products.
The chief executive of asset servicing firm Caceis talks about regulation, New York courts and why he cut down on business class travel. With George Mitton.
Luxembourg has been sidelined in Hong Kong's mutual fund recognition agreement with China. Camille Thommes of the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry talks to Stefanie Eschenbacher about the future of Ucits, alternative investment funds and socially responsible investment.