For Ucits funds to remain successful in Asia it may be necessary to consider the needs of the Asian-based investor more.
The New York Roundtable: in the second part of our New York panel discussion, Messrs Bowman, Masterson, Rudenstine, Salus and Wallace focus on US relationships with a variety of markets and drivers for development.
The New York Roundtable: we meet with leading US asset service providers in New York at a time when the most sophisticated market in the world is seeing a secular shift from equities to fixed income.
It was meant to reduce the number of funds in Europe but according to our panel, Ucits IV will fail to do so.
In this part the executive panel discuss how Ucits IV influences cross-border distribution and how Aifm already affects alternative investments.
The Nordic market has held up well in the crisis, but investment managers and asset servicers in the region have a few changes to contend with in terms of infrastructure and regulation. Angele Spiteri Paris talks to a panel of market players.