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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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Regulatory Technology: Then and Now

Increasingly, regulators and the regulated, are embracing the ideology that technology can work for them to alleviate the pressure of the constantly evolving regulatory landscape. This new openness has led to the emergence of “RegTech”. Much like FinTech did a few years ago for financial services technology, RegTech marries technology and regulatory compliance functionality to […]

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REGTECH –The New Paradigm

Recognising the potential for technology to manage regulatory data and improve internal control and compliance.

Of the number of growing trends within the global regulatory arena, monitoring of systemic risk and data driven regulatory oversight are two of the most prominent, and to a certain extent are intrinsically linked. In relation to the latter, data driven/machine readable reporting is gathering momentum at an astonishing pace. The 2008 financial crisis, compliance […]

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Best of 2015: Another year of new regulations, compliance, automation and a drive toward back-office defragmentation.

Before reading our predictions for next year, why not have a look back at our most read blog posts for 2015 where our experts have addressed the regulatory and compliance issues, as well as operational challenges, the asset management industry faced. Regulatory Black Hole On the back of a vote at the U.S. Senate on […]

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Trouble Comes in Threes

For people who believe in this sort of thing, numbers can be an omen. Seven is lucky. Thirteen is unlucky. All good things and certain bad things, most notably death and trouble, come in threes. And as everyone knows, the third time is the charm. In 2015, the number three has definitely been of the […]

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What to Do When Your Data Warehouse Won’t Do

The asset management industry is going through a fundamental shift in its approach to data. Today, as data transparency and frequency demands from both regulators and investors become more important and the complexity of investment vehicles and strategies increases, organizations are facing a very real struggle when it comes to their traditional data warehouse operations. […]

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AIFMD Passporting Debate Continues as National Private Placement Regimes get a Reprieve

On 30th July, after much anticipation and a one-week delay, ESMA has released its advice and opinion to the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission in relation to the functioning of the EU’s Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) fund distribution passport. Interested parties eagerly digested the material and the media output that followed […]

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