I’ve just written an article on “How to protect investors and safeguard all participants utilising a regulated structure” for IQE (Trust Co,) for the inclusion in their forthcoming newsletter.
It’s an article that reflects on the recent history within the financial sector an offers an explanation as to way well regulated and administered funds could have helped investors weather the storms a little better than they did. Lessons to be learned and pointers to move forward with.
I had the pleasure of attending AIMA’s annual conference and AGM at the Guildhall yesterday.
There were more than 400 people in attendance at this most successful conference. Well-focused, with interesting and good quality speakers such as Andrew Baker, Chief Executive Officer, Mark Boleat, Chairman, Policy & Resources Committee, the City of London, Ignazio Angeloni, Executive Board Adviser for the European Central Bank, John Berrigan, Stephen Foster, Darren Fox and Shelia Nicoll to name just a few.
The proceedings were well prepared and it was a great pleasure that ifina could take part in this significant conference, as well as ...
Recently Financial News canvassed the opinions of the senior executives of leading custodian-owned and independent fund administration firms to ask:
“What is the single biggest risk or challenge facing your fund administration business in Europe this year?”
I was fortunate enough to be one of those considered worthy of their opinions. My response was far from convoluted or long winded, in fact as a reflection of our current mood, I don't think it could have been more concise or direct and I happen to know I'm not alone in these thoughts.
Here's what was written and you ...
Derek Adler (26)
Sherri Ortiz (2)
Sam Bratchie (3)
Hans Messmer (1)
Sophia Harris (1)
Georges Boivin (1)
Tom Burroughes (1)
Simon Gray (1)