Asset Management Bulletin
The Deloitte Asset Management Bulletin delivers you our latest updates and insights on industry and regulatory developments. We hope you find this edition useful and please contact us if you have any queries.
A mid-year update to the Financial Markets Regulatory Outlook 2018
Following the release of our flagship annual Regulatory Outlook at the start of 2018, the EMEA Centre for Regulatory Strategy are pleased to provide this mid-year update, which details what has transpired in financial regulation over the first half of 2018 and what’s left to come.
Impact on European ETFs
Asset Management Regulation
Looking ahead ETF industry participation and consensus is needed to develop best practice and industry standard. ETF investor education is vital so that investors understand the ETF universe so that it can continue to grow while keeping costs low.
2018 Investment Management Outlook
Vision and focus can drive success for asset management firms
As we look ahead to 2018, what short-term forces will shape evolutions toward longer-term outcomes? Our 2018 Investment Management Outlook explores key trends that may impact the asset management industry.
Performance Magazine - issue 27
In this edition, we have three articles covering the Chinese Asset Management Industry: opportunities in the eyes of a veteran industry executive, continued update for the private securities industry in China, and how the regulatory enforcement is taking shape in China from a wellrespected attorney.
Beyond Fintech: Disruptive innovation in investment management
Investment management has largely evolved with increasing client expectations and the demand for personalized customer experiences. With automation and service externalization, firms are forced to differentiate on high‐quality, process execution, and tailored advice.
The Companies (Accounting) Act 2017
Impact on Irish Investment Funds
Under the new Companies (Accounting) act 2017, AIF investment companies and UCITS PLCs will now be required to file financial statements, statutory auditor’s report and directors’ reports with the Company Registration Office (the “CRO”).