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Performance issue 9 - September 2012 | Magazine


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Performance 9Welcome to the ninth edition of Deloitte’s global investment management magazine.

As the post-holiday season begins, we believe the new issue will be full of useful market insights. This time, we are delighted to see our external contributors again increasing in number. It is a major objective of Performance to open our forum to key industry actors and stakeholders outside the Deloitte network. We are particularly grateful to all the external contributors from CACEIS, ECM and Société Générale for making this magazine so special and a real discussion platform for the industry.

For the September edition, we present to you articles on social media, securities lending on art, succession planning for hedge funds, internal audit in asset management, performance monitoring in asset management, new regulatory changes for OTC derivatives, senior secured credit asset classes, EMIR, Aberdeen and Santander tax reclaims, FATCA and results of our AIFMD survey.

Please get in contact with us and share your thoughts on the different articles published in this edition or on any investment management related topic. We hope you enjoy this new edition of Performance.

In this issue

Market buzz

  • Social media - A splendid opportunity for fund promoters and asset managers
  • Art-secured lending - Unlocking the liquidity of your clients' art collections
  • Passing the baton - Hedge fund succession planning
  • Internal audit - The need for a risk guardian in asset management companies
  • Performance monitoring in asset management - The importance of a customised monitoring system

External perspective

  • OTC derivatives - Meeting the new regulatory challenges
  • Senior secured credit - When two become one
  • EMIR—Dodd-Frank - A challenge for European assets management firms and their custodian banks within a non-stabilised regulatory framework

Tax perspective

  • ECJ Santander and Aberdeen cases - From tax level playing field to operational nightmare
  • FATCA - From worldwide imposed to bilaterally negotiated?

Regulatory angle

  • Responding to the new reality - Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive Survey
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