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Beyond Compliance: Outlook for 2018

As we begin 2018, I am reminded of the remarkable evolution that has taken place in the fund servicing industry in the decade following the market downturn. It’s hard to imagine the pre-crisis era when static human disclosures and documents were considered good enough for regulators. The post-crisis shift in focus from investor protection to […]

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Cloud First

Over the past 18 months at Confluence, we’ve seen a dramatic shift in our clients’ readiness and willingness to adopt cloud technologies, especially those delivered by external providers. We no longer ask “if” organizations are moving to the Cloud, but rather how quickly is the procurement process maturing to support the business, technology, and operational […]

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Increment or Platform: How Regulation is Driving the Move from Point Solutions to Platform Technology

As today’s asset management back office becomes more and more technology-driven, there is a shift from point-based technology solutions that solve specific functions in what are often very complex processes, to a more consolidated approach that allows multiple processes and functions to be completed within one centralized platform. The best-of-breed trend from years’ past might […]

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Survey Reveals What’s Trending Today: Automation, Regulatory Reporting and Data

At the start of each year, our team at Confluence reflects on the state of the asset management back office and predicts issues and trends that we see emerging over the coming months.  For 2016, we predicted that the asset management industry would see streamlining and optimizing their data management processes as a way to […]

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Solving for Solvency II

The story behind Solvency II is no different than the story behind most European Directives since it came as a response to a major failing within the sector, namely the near collapse of American International Group (AIG), the world’s biggest insurer, and the subsequent $182bn bailout by the American tax payer. AIG’s downfall exposed the […]

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Third Countries Bullish for Passport to Europe’s €15.5 Trillion Asset Management Market

Back in December 2014, Paul Soltis provided us with a timely update on the transposition and implementation of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) and finished off by alluding to the round of talks scheduled for 2015 in relation to the distribution of non-EU AIFs within Europe under the existing cross-border marketing passport regime […]

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