The Network Forum Annual Meeting took place in person, for the first time since the pandemic, at London’s famous cricketing venue, The Oval, to assess new opportunities and risks and how to navigate seven major industry developments. Janet Du Chenne and Sinead McIntosh report.
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.
With new technologies accelerating financial services’ digital transformation, BBH’s Cameron Jack and Janet Du Chenne attended FinovateEurope and report on the fundamental changes since the pandemic and evaluate the roles of incumbents and fintechs in setting the future direction of travel.
As regulation harmonizing how central securities depositories in Europe operate continues to evolve, it’s impact will likely be felt by all participants in the post-trade chain in 2022 and beyond, write Sinead McIntosh, Derek Coyle and John Siena.
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.
Brown Brothers Harriman and PolySign, Inc. explore the potential of tokenization to transform financial services. We take a deep dive into how the ability of technology to deliver on its promise of automation, liquidity and transparency will require interoperability between traditional service providers and digital players to bring benefits to investors.
As part of a research engagement between BBH & Fidelity Digital Assets, our latest piece is a first step toward exploring the feasibility & practical considerations of digital asset sub-custody as well as other potentially viable operating models.
A recap of the recent InvestOps Virtual Boardroom 2021 conference, which brought together executives from firms with a wide variety of investment strategies, operating models and assets under management.
The events of 2020 have brought the major themes affecting asset managers into sharper focus -- supporting the investment process in turbulent markets, scaling and growing the business while keeping costs down, managing a globally diversified operating model with remote staff, and engaging more effectively with the digital revolution. These themes are leading mangers to consider what really differentiates their business and how to build the optimal operating model.
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