An increase in global regulation has subjected fund managers and their outsourcing partners to greater scrutiny over NAV oversight and resilience. Although the Asset Management industry, including ManCos, continued to operate smoothly and without interruptions to the challenges raised by Covid, they did face a number of obstacles.
Challenges facing ManCos – more regulations, more regulatory change, and more scrutiny than ever before (Part 1)
The pressure is rising on the ManCo industry – Management Companies (ManCos) are dealing with more regulations, and more regulatory change than ever before. This constant churning of regulatory change, coupled with increased scrutiny from regulators has led to a complex, pressured regulatory environment. However, this increased scrutiny is not the only challenge facing Mancos!
You’ve heard of FinTech, you’ve heard of RegTech, but have you heard of ManCoTech? It’s the latest “buzzword” in the European investment and compliance community. So what exactly is ManCoTech and why is it gaining such prominence?
On 30th June, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published a review of Host Authorised Fund Management Firms. The review, which was carried out between Q4 2019 to Q4 2020.
Welcome to the Funds-Axis Regulation Round Up! Our monthly update highlights the latest developments impacting the investment compliance industry. The past month brought developments on a range of topics, including: UCITS & AIFMD, Fund Liquidity, Major Shareholdings, Short Selling and PRIIPs KID.
On 20th October 2020, the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) published a letter to all UCITS management companies, authorised Alternative Investment Fund Managers (AIFMs), self-managed UCITS investment companies and internally managed Alternative Investment Funds which are authorised AIFMs. The letter sets out the CBI’s conclusions of its thematic inspection of compliance with its Fund Management Companies Guidance, which concluded the three-part CP86 consultation process.