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Call for fundamental reforms to prevent ‘crippling’ outflows during market stress
Finance industry executives cancel summer holidays to deal with workload
So-called active semi-transparent ETFs have their limitations, say analysts
Backers of themed ETFs optimistic after rulings by UN and European Court of Justice boost investor sentiment
Cryptocurrency craving is also strong amid surge in bitcoin fund assets
Brexit and the cross-border nature of fund management have created complexities, says AMF
Tanguy van de Werve of Efama is keen to raise the European investment industry’s profile but UK exit poses a challenge
Regulatory proposals viewed as fresh attempt to capture more of UK’s £9tn asset management sector
UK decision to diverge from Priips rules could put European funds at disadvantage, trade group warns
SEC’s warns of risk of firms putting their own interests ahead of those of clients
Rare spat between Brussels and EU financial watchdogs piles pressure on policymakers to review controversial Priips rules
US regulator identifies widespread ‘deficiencies’ that led investors to overpay for services
Complaint to Europe’s top finance watchdog is blow to continent’s biggest fund hub
The industry needs to mind its language and adopt plain English
More than 50 per cent of Equity Income fund’s assets have been sold
Many investors are sitting in legacy fund share classes that apply the charges, analysts say
FCA questioned over whether asset managers are preventing clients from acting as corporate stewards
Costs are set to rise — but the question of how much and who pays is yet to be decided
Mark Denning resigns after ‘Panorama’ investigation into secret share purchases
IMF warns fixed-income funds are vulnerable to liquidity shocks
Investors flee multimanager products after Equity Income suspension
How could so many have been encouraged to back illiquid fund that was so badly managed?
One-time biggest wine investment vehicle has been suspended since 2013
SEC lowers the barriers to entry, hoping to stimulate competition
Arrival of independent directors sparks fears of ‘old boys’ club’ comeback