ThreeSixty Investments has received regulatory authorisation from the Bank of Italy to operate as an asset manager (Società di Gestione del Risparmio) under Italian law.
Legal & Regulation
Litigator Mark Stancil, who clients include hedge funds and multi-strategy asset managers has been appointed as a partner in the firm’s Washington office.
France wants nuclear power to be part of the European Union taxonomy on sustainable investment, while Germany wants natural gas included. This has raised scepticism among some asset managers about the wisdom of the EU’s move, writes Jan Wagner…
NCI, a boutique asset management think tank, is calling for the development of a UK fund structure that could compete with UCITS and AIFs in Asia-Pacific (APAC), in order to strengthen the global distribution footprint of UK funds and their position in the region.
Carey Olsen maintains pre-eminent position as top legal adviser to Guernsey's investment funds industry
Carey Olsen has cemented its position as the number one legal adviser to the investment funds industry in Guernsey, according to the latest findings of independent research group Monterey Insight.
The majority of asset managers dragged into new uncleared margin requirements over the next two years could avoid tying up capital altogether, but still play by the rules, according to recent research from OpenGamma.
The financial transactions tax (FTT), as proposed by German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz, does not deal with the problem of excessive market speculation but instead penalises long-term investors like pension funds and insurers, writes Jan Wagner…
While it may well be clear to the UK fund industry and its regulator what went wrong with the Woodford Equity Income Fund, to date, very little has been proposed to correct matters and prevent a repeat, writes Jan Wagner…
New FCA regime’s failure to include appointed representatives is an oversight, saysSturgeon Ventures
The Senior Managers & Certification Regime that comes into effect today (9 December) is a positive step for the financial services industry – but its failure to include Appointed Representative Firms (ARFs) and their individuals is an oversight, according to Sturgeon Ventures, a regulatory incubator.
IHS Markit’s Dutch entity, Markit NV has been authorised by the Netherlands Authority for Financial Markets (AFM) as benchmark administrator under the European Benchmark Regulation (BMR).