Key issues for asset managers in 2014
Asset managers continue to face significant regulatory challenges and 2014 marks the first full year of operation for many new regulations. The impact of these new regulations is substantial and will cause upheaval and change in the sector. Asset managers competing in an increasingly global sector will need to take into account the increasingly international (and often competing) nature of regulatory developments in their key target markets.
Allen & Overy’s Asset Management Group has summarised some of the key Asia-Pacific, European, US and tax developments that will affect asset managers, looking at the policy behind each, timelines for implementation, business models in scope and, most importantly, the potential impact on your business. Links to more detail are included in each section…
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