In 2023 we saw a plethora of changes in fund regulation with asset managers and fund distributors struggling to keep up with the ever-evolving regulatory demands.
But what will the regulatory landscape look like for funds in 2024?
Join FE fundinfo’s Regulation Manager, Mikkel Bates, as we delve into the state of fund regulation, what’s changing and how to get ahead in your preparations to combat regulatory oversight and increasing disclosure requirements.
In this webinar we will cover:
- The latest developments in sustainable taxonomies and disclosures across Europe, the United Kingdom, and Asia-Pacific;
- Regulatory responses to combat greenwashing (UK SDR and Investment Labels);
- Evolution of corporate sustainability disclosures (TCFD vs ISSB vs ESRS);
- Better consumer protection (EU Retail Investment Strategy and UK Retail Disclosure Framework)
And much more!
Mikkel Bates, Regulation Manager, FE Fundinfo
Mikkel Bates is Regulation Manager at FE fundinfo, where he frequently consults fund managers and distributors on navigating regulatory changes and requirements, and their impact on fund operations, compliance and marketing functions.
Prior to this role, he had many years’ experience in institutional and wholesale marketing and distribution within the asset management industry, across the UK and Europe.
Mikkel has dealt first-hand with increasing regulation on the industry and supports initiatives towards greater meaningful transparency for consumers through active involvement in industry working groups, hosting industry roundtables and acting as a thought leader.
Nick Fitzpatrick, Editor, Funds Europe
Nick became editor of Funds Europe in May 2007, having previously been deputy editor on another financial title. He had previously spent seven years in financial journalist – most of that at FTBusiness – and three years in general news. He also worked as a researcher on the book ‘Great Parliamentary Scandals’ by Matthew Parris. He has a degree in Spanish and spent one year studying at the University of Havana.
Please email Michael Fennessy at [email protected] with any questions or enquiries.