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  • Arts, Collectibles & Wealth Management: Seeing the bigger picture
    The investment focus of High Net Worth Individuals is shifting towards alternative investments, such as art and other collectibles. Besides emotional and social value unique to art and other collectibles, this asset class has shown low correlation with traditional asset classes.
  • The Mass Affluent Market: Changed Perspectives
    As traditional wholesale and retail lines of business face margin compression from the current interest rate environment and continued pressure on fees, many wealth management firms are seeking to garner greater market share in the mass affluent market.
  • 2013 Hedge Fund Outlook
    Careful choices and deliberate action may be needed to help ensure continuing business success. With this in mind, this publication explores three strategies that will likely shape hedge fund industry priorities in the New Year and beyond.
  • 2013 Mutual Fund Outlook
    Successful mutual fund groups are expected to be able to switch gears or make adjustments where needed, continuing to drive the kinds of changes that have made mutual funds one of the most investor friendly and profitable investment vehicles in the marketplace.
  • 2013 Private Equity Fund Outlook
    With assets under management now reaching $3 trillion, the private equity industry has some positive momentum as it heads into the New Year and seems in good position to respond to whatever may lie ahead.
  • 2013 Capital Markets Outlook: It’s the end of the world as we know it
    Uncertainty and risk stemming from the slower-than-desired pace of economic recovery, looming end-of-year “fiscal cliff,” and continued economic shockwaves emanating from Europe make this an especially challenging time for capital markets firms around the world.
  • Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive: Responding to the new reality
    Deloitte conducted a survey of UK-based investment managers from across the hedge fund, private equity and real estate sectors, to determine how they plan to respond to the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD).
  • Hedge Fund Succession Planning: Passing the baton
    Succession planning is a complex process typically requiring specialised human capital, financial, tax, and legal guidance. In particular, human capital decisions could make or break a succession plan since talent typically drives a hedge fund’s competitive advantage.
  • Dodd-Frank Act: Compliance with External Business Conduct Standards in the Derivatives Market
    On 17 April 2012, the final Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) rules relating to external business conduct standards for swap dealers and major swap participants became effective. However, several concerns have emerged from the marketplace.
  • Private equity funds: Navigating the regulatory headwinds
    This summary explains the applicability of the compliance programme rule to registered investment advisers and how it may serve as a model for private equity advisers in managing their risks.
  • The omnibus revolution: Managing risk across a complex service model
    This point of view assists mutual funds in navigating the growing complexity of omnibus service model.
  • Form PF readiness assessment for hedge funds and private equity funds
    This point of view helps hedge funds and private equity funds prepare for Form PF by creating a readiness assessment.
  • A second look – Is it time to offer ETFs?
    This recent article examines important considerations for evaluating the integration of ETFs into your fund product mix.
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