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  • Image of a business woman thinking with blue abstract graphics around her face
    August 23, 2021
    • Investor Services
    SPACs have existed in the United States since the early 2000s, but they have enjoyed a resurgence in popularity recently, and in spite of a slight cooling of SPAC launches they remain one of the most discussed trends across the market. Here we take a whistle-stop tour through the various aspects of the rise of the SPAC.
  • Poyabbrücke im Bau, Freiburg, Schweiz
    August 09, 2021
    • Investor Services
    In a recent speech, SEC Chairmen Gensler returned to a corner of the market he knows extremely well, speaking at length about security-based swaps (SBS) reform.
  • 3d Wooden Puzzle Cube
    August 02, 2021
    • Investor Services
    The EU’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) is unquestionably one of the most complex implementation projects asset managers operating in Europe have ever been tasked with.
  • Pencil macro: To mark with a cross.
    • Investor Services
    In this article, we explain how managers based in Greater China can look to optimize their foreign exchange process and oversight.
  • Landscape of Guilin, Li River and Karst mountains. Located near Yangshuo County, Guilin City, Guangxi Province, China.
    • Investor Services
    As part of our eighth annual ETF Survey, we broke out Greater China respondents to outline the emerging trends in usage, selection, and demand for exchange-traded funds in the region.
  • Dog reading a newspaper
    May 24, 2021
    • Investor Services
    There is some good news and some bad news regarding the Packaged Retail Investment and Insurance Products (PRIIPs) regulation. Here, we explain the updates and the five pain points that remain.
  • Group of participants in an obstacle course climbing a pyramid obstacle
    April 29, 2021
    • Investor Services
    The ability to easily “passport” funds across E.U. borders is a great attraction for asset managers. Here, we discuss the regulations of European Passporting and some of the obstacles that are no longer in the way.
  • Blue squares on a white background
    April 21, 2021
    • Investor Services
    We surveyed private and universal banks on their thoughts about how their approach to business has changed due to working remotely and the future going forward. The survey key findings highlight the challenges, the response, and how we all see new ways of working post-pandemic.
  • Pile of colorful sticky notes with hand drawn question marks. It is a seamless background which was created with adhesive note papers.
    April 16, 2021
    • Investor Services
    In the final part of our three part series on fund liquidity, we focus on the recently published report from European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) on its study of UCITS liquidity risk management.
  • Question mark shape cut out in a white post-it-note on a blue gradient background
    April 14, 2021
    • Investor Services
    In Part Two of our three part series on fund liquidity, we focus specifically on European Money Market Funds.
  • Yellow post-it-note pinned to a board with 'What if?' written on it
    April 12, 2021
    • Investor Services
    In Part One of a three part series on fund liquidity, we discuss the important “what if” questions regulators are posing currently.
  • Panoramic view of  colorful sunrise in mountains.

    ETF Innovation Continues to Open Doors for More Dynamic Investing

    March 08, 2021
    • Investor Services
    In our eighth annual ETF Survey, we outline the emerging trends in usage, selection, and demand for exchange-traded funds.
  • Vinyl records with colorful labels on colorful background.
    • Investor Services
    Established in 1985, the UCITS fund structure is two years older than Rick Astley’s hit “Never Gonna Give You Up.” Ever since, investors in Europe and beyond have never given up on UCITS. We explain with a selection of the "greatest hits" from UCITS funds.
  • Woman running on platform to catch a train
    March 01, 2021
    • Investor Services
    The recent spate of consolidation in fund platforms in Europe is raising an important question for many asset managers: are they working with the right platform or have they spread themselves too thin?
  • C-Suite Asset Manager Survey cover
    December 08, 2020
    • Investor Services
    50 senior executives shared their thoughts on 2020’s unique challenges and the future of asset management
  • blue and red design
    April 29, 2020
    • Julie Hubbard
    • Investor Services
    In this Staying Connected video, we explore the operational implications of cancelled dividends.
  • The diaphragm of a camera lens aperture. Selective focus with shallow depth of field
    January 16, 2020
    • Investor Services
    A sweeping new set of rules aimed at improving communication between European companies and their shareholders takes effect in 2020. When it does, asset managers can expect a heavy administrative lift.
  • Close-up of eyesight measuring device focused on DN and EE
    January 16, 2020
    • Investor Services
    With the impending retirement of LIBOR, one thing is certain: current users must get comfortable with alternative benchmarks.
  • abstract eye projected 3 colorful balls on a textured background
    January 15, 2020
    • Investor Services
    Gareth Murphy, Chief Risk Officer, and Christine Brentani, Regulatory Developments and Relationship Manager at Standard Life Aberdeen, highlight the key issues and trends shaping the global regulatory landscape in 2020.
  • Measuring device in the shape of a pair of eye glasses
    January 15, 2020
    • Investor Services
    Global asset managers have become accustomed to navigating the perilous shoals of cross-border regulation, but new regulatory developments in the EU in 2020 may make some unexpected waves.

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