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Feb 19, 2020

Ahead of its launch in January, Funds Europe discussed Singapore’s VCC framework with panels in Frankfurt and Paris.

Feb 19, 2020

Gillian_Tan_MASGillian Tan, executive director, financial markets development department at the Monetary Authority of Singapore, explains how it studied and adapted the best-in-class features from leading fund domiciles to cater to the needs of the city-state’s fund managers.

Feb 12, 2020

Real_estateThe FCA’s new rules on property funds came out before the M&G fund suspension in December and now everyone has their own ideas about managing liquidity. Nicholas Pratt reports.

Feb 12, 2020

Lasry_and_GomezWhile Brexit continues to cast general uncertainty over financial services, the Gibraltar Funds and Investment Association (GFIA) believes that Brexit is likely to have little negative impact on Gibraltar’s fund industry and could even improve Gibraltar’s rankings in the international arena.

Feb 11, 2020

Regulatory_reportingGerman retail investors placed €120.2 billion in open-ended funds last year, the funds industry trade body said as it also called for a “regulatory shift” in the EU that could unleash more resources for investment in technology and new markets.

Feb 05, 2020

Singapore_fountainHong Kong, Australia and Singapore recently introduced new corporate fund structures (the OFC, CCIV and VCC respectively), which are designed to be internationally competitive and entice asset managers to domicile investment funds in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.

Feb 03, 2020

Our securities lending specialists discuss recent priorities, routes to market, collateral eligibility, performance-monitoring, decision-making and technological advances.

Feb 03, 2020

Eric_DeudonEric Deudon, global head of market and financing services at BNP Paribas Securities Services, shares his views on some of the changing dynamics in securities lending.

Feb 03, 2020

FoodThe new trend for beneficial owners to take full advantage of data is important in Europe, where lending revenues have declined because of monetary policy. Lynn Strongin Dodds reports.

Feb 03, 2020

Times_Square_NYCAndrew Dyson, of ISLA, explains why 2020 will be an inflection point for securities lending and how this is an opportunity for profound industry change.

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