Robert Quinn

SEC case highlights support CCOs must be given

Demonstrating a robust compliance culture is critical to successfully attracting institutional investors and avoiding regulatory

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Paul McMillan

Editor’s view: US manager Ucits push continues apace

Balyasny joins the likes of Paulson and Visium in launching European liquid alts

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Sam Macdonald

Is acquisitive SS&C set to take top admin spot?

The technology firm's Citi acquisition comes hot on the heels of its purchase of Advent

Maiya Keidan

Editor’s view: Admin Citco overtakes State Street for top spot in assets

Administrator Citco has pulled the rug out from under State Street as it took the

Alex Cardno

How will Volcker rule alter banks’ hedge fund investments?

Since January 2014, US investment banks have been forced to reduce hedge fund exposure in

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Jack Inglis

Let’s extend AIFMD passport to all fund centres

AIFMD passport should be extended to all hedge fund centres

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David Roes

An Unexpected Oasis: Why this manager is betting on Vietnam

Globally focused investment managers are constantly being challenged by world market events

Sam Dale

Cayman has it all to play for on AIFMD passport

Esma’s decision not to award Cayman funds an AIFMD passport alongside Jersey, Guernsey and, almost

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Why should private equity be HMRC’s golden child?

Stephenson Harwood partners ask why the UK favours private equity over hedge funds for tax

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Paul McMillan

Editor’s view: Credit Suisse latest to see HF equity opportunity

HFMWeek this week reveals Credit Suisse is looking to join the likes of Blackstone, Goldman Sachs

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Paul McMillan

Assessing the Basel III effect and regulatory battles

We look at the numerous ways Basel III/G-Sib rules are impacting the sector

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Mark Mannion

What is the best way for European managers to access the US?

BNY Mellon MD examines the best ways to access the US from a European base

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Maiya Keidan

UK and German regulators clash over AIFMD attestation requirement

Marketing into Europe post-directive is certainly not for those with a weak constitution

Sam Dale

The ousting of FCA chief Martin Wheatley

FCA chief executive is leaving the organisation on September 12 after four years

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Bill Prew

Tick-box mentality grows one year after AIFMD

Bill Prew discusses how the mammoth EU regulation has shaken the market in the last

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Paul McMillan

Editor’s view: Managers ready and waiting on Iran

A number of firms are looking to launch specialist funds as sanctions are eased

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Maiya Keidan

Anti-money laundering law welcomed

Market participants expect private funds are on brink of new guidance from the US government

Justin McGowan and Duncan Sankey

The human factor in credit investing

Cheyne Capital duo discuss their new book on the human side of credit investing

Paul McMillan

Editor’s view: Has the SEC underestimated ADV move burdens?

Experts warn on costs and particular hit on non-US managers

Robert Duggan

What would we have done without Weavering?

Fiduciary duties have become an industry as much as they remain a responsibility

Paul McMillan

Editor’s view: Industry awaiting SEC’s cyber-security risk alert

OCIE director highlights investor concerns and reveals plans to issue new guidance

Paul McMillan

Editor’s view: The risk in cutting your losses

Eclectica duo on the lessons learned from an eventful few years