Performance issue 5 - May 2011 | Magazine
What we already started from the beginning of the Performance adventure when building a global magazine for investment management professional actors worldwide, is broadening from one edition to the next. What a pleasure to see our colleagues from Deloitte China, India, Japan, South Korea, Bermuda and Finland joining the ship and contributing to our permanent improvement.
The financial crisis has not spared our industry and rather raised investors' questions on the reliability and performance of asset management. The worldwide economic situation is sending out signals for a risky social cohesion and regulation is the major driver of the industry. We are all aware that the face of investment management is changing through sinking revenues, persistent cost pressures and increasing competitiveness.
Asset managers will need to build flexible operating models focussing on operational excellence, business resilience and most important, converging interests between asset managers and investors. Deloitte investment management professionals all over the world will be your partners of choice to assist you in these uncertain times.
In this issue
- Challenges and opportunities for alternative and long-only asset servicing platforms
- Fund administration survey 2010/2011
- Liability Driven Investment: a simple approach to a complex problem
- A break for overseas chinese investment seekers?
- Managing costs of global mobility programmes by taking a strategic view of international assignments
- Selection and oversight of service providers to private fund advisers
- Investment management - risk rewards
- New tax regulation for investment funds in Germany
- Global exposure – regulation on target
- Spirit of new regulation – Part 2: The new derivatives order
- Using fund shares as collateral will create new distribution opportunities
- Decrypting hedge fund indices
- Impact Investing – A new asset class or just another hype?
- Regulatory reform: Winners and losers in the asset management space
- Hidden challenges of KII
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