Looks to harmonise approach across EU
Passive equity funds ‘consistently’ outperforming active counterparts
UK investors' access to new EU funds secured in event of no-deal Brexit
To ensure 'smooth transition'
Assessing the impact of financial rules on UK businesses
European Commission: proposals will make cross-border distribution ‘simpler, quicker and cheaper’
Managers consider next steps for directive
Industry facing 'considerable uncertainties'
Key regulation of financial services
Covering 43 European Union regulations
MiFID II due to be implemented in January 2018
Julian Korek, global head of compliance and regulatory consulting at Duff & Phelps, argues there is an opportunity for a twin-track approach to regulation for the UK after Brexit.
Simon Currie, private investment funds partner at global law firm Morgan Lewis, examines how 'third country regimes' work and the implications for asset managers if an independent UK was allowed access to the EU single market.
Firm favours specialist boutique niche
10 European regulations on the agenda
Plans to convert £1.1bn Managed Balanced to UCITS
Asset management groups have just six more months to comply with the fifth iteration of the UCITS directive, which is set to increase the gap between UCITS and AIFMD funds and also overhaul fund manager remuneration policies. Charles Bathurst, consultant...
Pay per employee has risen by 22% at AM firms since 2006
Thinktank New City Initiative (NCI) is calling for investment firms that only market their products in one country to be exempt from European regulation, such as AIFMD and MiFID II.
‘How we are using alternatives to dampen volatility’