With the pressure on to demonstrate value, entrepreneurial managers will find ways to better reach and serve investors.
With investment management industry consolidation on the rise, smart asset managers know it makes sense to get your financial books and records in deal-ready shape.
Luxembourg’s RAIF instrument is expected to go into effect mid-2016. The nation’s diverse menu of UCI instruments demands a careful fit with a fund’s policy.
New FASB rules require registered investment advisers (RIAs) to provide more disclosure in the notes of the financials for entities with repurchase-to-maturity transactions.
Asset managers should review and update their policies, procedures and business activities to be ready for potential 2016 SEC and FINRA exams.
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