As demand for regulated Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs) continues and the boundary between traditional AIFs and mutual funds further erodes, investor appetite for AIFs is expected to remain strong. What’s driving this growth? Which domiciles are benefiting most?
A recent NICSA webinar Current Trends: Domiciles of Alternative Investment Funds featuring Kamil Kaczmarski, Engagement Manager, Wealth and Asset Management Domain with Oliver Wyman in Frankfurt, focused on trends driving growth among the most successful domiciles for AIFs. He reviewed the results of a study commissioned by ALFI, the Luxembourg fund industry association.
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At the NICSA East Coast Regional Meeting in mid-April, in a breakout session on “Cybersecurity: How do breaches happen?” representatives from AB Global, Acadian Asset Management, Broadridge, Brown Brothers Harriman and EY Global Services discussed how cybersecurity breaches happen, who are the hackers, and best practices for preventing and managing a security breach. Here’s the quick take from that session.
10 facts about the fund industry, from a recent presentation by Avi Nachmany and the Stategic Insight team.
Baffled by European regulation? In European Union Securities Rulemaking, NICSA and ALFI provide a road map.
BEHIND THE SCENES
7 behind-the-scenes initiatives to increase financial market transparency and efficiency.
While the most significant provisions of the SEC’s package of changes to money market regulation won’t take effect for 18 months, the investment industry is already moving full steam ahead on implementation. Last month, at a client forum to discuss the industry’s progress on implementing money market reform, executives from BNY Mellon reviewed 4 areas that are currently getting attention.
At the NICSA Strategic Leadership Forum in February, in a breakout session on “Put On Your Seat Belts, It’s Going to Be Quite a Ride!,” representatives from Betterment, KPMG, State Street and session sponsor Boston Financial Data Services talked about megatrends in the fund industry and their implications for service providers. Here’s the quick take from that session.
At the NICSA Strategic Leadership Forum in February, in a breakout session on “‘The Dissolving Boundaries: Passive Strategies Achieve Explosive Growth, Alternatives Become Core and ETFs Mature | Forecast: Clouds Making Way for Blue Sky,” representatives from session sponsor PwC talked about the outlook for the asset management industry. Here’s the quick take from that session.
The NICSA Transfer Agent Compliance Guide has just been updated. Here's what's new.
At the NICSA Strategic Leadership Forum in February, in a breakout session on “Advisor Insight: Trends and Segmentation Strategies for Growth,” representatives from Cogent, Principal Funds, Strategic Insight and session sponsor Broadridge talked about trends in adviser sales of mutual funds. Here’s the quick take from that session.