Asset managers are facing increasingly rigorous regulatory scrutiny and fast paced technological change as they continue to grapple with market shifts. So when IMpower’s FundForum event called on senior industry leaders to share their collective experience and wisdom, they readily gathered to discuss the next phase of evolution. BBH's Janet Du Chenne reports on the main themes.
Asset managers are increasingly focused on achieving scale and creating operational efficiencies. But as demand for transformation and automation increases, successfully deploying new solutions can be challenging.
With a growing focus in asset management on retail investor access to less liquid alternative investment funds, the U.K has mobilized the Long-Term Asset Fund (LTAF). Lata Vyas and Andrew Ritchie explain why 2022 could be a big year for this special purpose investment vehicle.
How is an automation crusade in depositary services arming leaders with the tools to reduce complexity and manually intensive processes in alternatives investing? We explore new technologies that are underpinning this efficiency revolution and their potential to transform the industry.
In this series, we explore how automation can enable firms to scale by giving technology toolsets to subject matter experts to develop use cases for the low volume, non-standardized servicing activities.
Industry practitioners recently met virtually and in-person at alternative investment conferences in London, Luxembourg and New York to exchange views on private markets. BBH alternative fund services specialists attended these events. Hit the play button to hear more and read the full report to find out what will drive growth.
The recent 2020 U.S. election results bring new reasons to contemplate significant legislation and policy changes that will shape industry growth trends for the next decade. Could private markets be a source for post-COVID recovery?
We continue to track the progress of the Irish Investment Limited Partnership Bill (ILP Bill) through its voyage, this week it took a couple of significant and most welcome policy steps towards its conclusion.
While investors look to the sustainability of their investment portfolios, asset managers must also look to the sustainability of their own business model and product offerings and ask themselves whether they are building walls or building windmills as the winds of change rise.
Does private equity belong in defined contribution plans? Thanks to recent guidance from the SEC and DOL, 401(k) investors, for the first time, may be able to allocate capital to private equity. BBH recently discussed the opportunity for GPs and investors with Bill Kelly, CEO of CAIA.
BBH’s Ainun Ayub speaks with futurologist Christiane Vejlø about how businesses are adapting quickly to change their relationship with technology and the key roles that diversity and inclusion play in future success across all industries.
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