InVest — January 2014: investments and funds
This month’s round-up of developments affecting banks, wealth managers, brokers and funds sees a new spotlight article on outsourcing by asset managers; the EU open its summit with a landmark bank deal; the Banking Reform Act receive royal assent; and the Volker Rule finalised.
Contents: investments and funds
- SGX approved for US derivatives clearing
- Industry issues outsourcing principles to address FCA concerns
- Volcker Rule finalised
- AIFMD developments
- MiFID II and EMIR developments
- UCITS V developments
- Financial advisers turn away clients
- HoL committee follows up report on FTT
- Amending guideline on TARGET2 published in OJ
- EBA final guidance on capital measures for foreign currency lending
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