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Massimo Tosato, Schroders
From Regulation February 28, 2012

Industry must pull together to save open architecture

Changing regulations could concentrate distribution in the hands of a few banks, threatening the open architecture model

From Regulation January 30, 2012

Regulators throw up roadblocks

A host of well-intentioned new regulations will occupy the world’s wealth management firms this year, but what do they mean for clients?

From Regulation October 31, 2011

Reforms pave way for the renminbi

The gradual internationalisation of the remminbi is allowing foreign investors to access mainland China through Hong Kong

From Regulation October 17, 2011

Not all plain sailing for Ucits funds

The Ucits brand faces increasing competition from onshore funds, as regulation remains the biggest threat

From Regulation September 27, 2011

Anything to declare?

Increasing levels of regulation are forcing wealth managers to choose whether or not to invest in meeting the compliance needs of certain clients

From Regulation September 5, 2011

Ucits products continue to raise the bar

Ucits has proved to be a huge success, but does the arrival of so-called ‘Newcits’ funds risk damaging the directive’s reputation?

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From Regulation June 1, 2011

European funds industry readies itself for Kiid

The Key Investor Information Document is a major component of the upcoming Ucits IV directive, but it brings a number of challenges for the industry.

From Regulation June 1, 2011

What is the right approach to financial regulation?

EuroInvestor's Guillaume Prache and Kim MacFarland from Investec Asset Management discuss the increasing levels of regulation facing the financial world

Willie Slattery, State Street
From Regulation May 4, 2011

Dublin endeavours to resuscitate Celtic tiger

A concerted effort to bring in international business and revive the Irish economy is underway, but how the fund industry responds to new regulations is key.

Andrea Maffezzoni, Unicredit
From Regulation September 27, 2010

Furnishing the front office

Having put much needed improvements on the back burner due to cost cutting measures during the financial crisis, private banks are once again looking to invest in front office systems and support networks for their advisers to improve levels of client communication

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