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It’s not a revolutionary move when a business participates in a merger or company acquisition. With the aim of strengthening their distribution reach and growing AUM, we see market movements like this in the fund management industry regularly.
Selecting your client’s investments is just the beginning of your work as their adviser. Arguably, the greater and more time-consuming part of the process is in the monitoring and review of their portfolios to ensure they are progressing towards their chosen financial goals.
Italy is becoming an increasingly attractive market for both Italian and non-Italian investors alike and is a growing area of interest for all aspects of the fund ecosystem, from fund managers, to distributors, to intermediaries and the end investor. Find out more about the current situation and challenges of the Italian fund market.
Following the publication in 2019 of the Pan-European Personal Pension (PEPP) Regulation, the European pensions regulator, EIOPA, recently issued draft regulatory technical standards (RTS) setting out the instructions for a PEPP key information document (KID).
The financial services industry has not been immune to technological advances though it has been slower to catch up, particularly in fund management. These days, all financial services businesses should be focused on their place within the industry and how they are connected to other companies.
With coronavirus-induced volatility hitting markets hard in February and March, many advisers found their processes under increasing strain. The FCA responded by suspending the MiFiD II 10% drop rule until October 1st and with markets showing more stability over the short term, it’s an ideal opportunity for advisers to ensure their processes are compliant and scalable.
Having flagged it up in its written statement in June, HM Treasury published a short update at the end of July on what it plans to do with the PRIIPs Regulation in the UK after the end of the transition period. The document flags three intended changes...
The objective of the PRIIPs KID has always been laudable – give retail investors a standardised pre-sale disclosure document that is clear, understandable and not misleading and that helps them compare products that aim to help them achieve similar goals but which are structured differently.