The European investment management industry continues to face a challenging regulatory environment, with a series of long-running initiatives and new proposals on the horizon, some giving rise to new opportunities. To be successful in such interesting times, firms need to navigate a challenging course.
Around the globe, regulators are increasing their supervisory and monitoring resources, both generally and specifically in relation to investment management. The articles on this page provide insights on how organizations can develop a holistic approach to manage the evolving investment management regulatory environment.
|April 2017||Tackling national barriers to cross-border fund distribution – the starting gun is fired|
|March 2017||Systemic risk: from global debate to local rules|
|February 2017||Delegation of collective portfolio management – shifting sands|
|January 2017||A bumpy road ahead|
|November 2016||Fund costs and charges come under increased scrutiny|
|October 2016||Socially responsible investment moves up the regulatory agenda|
|September 2016||Helping to turn cash into long term investment|
|July 2016||Brexit and ‘passports’: mapping the landscape|
|June 2016||Responding constructively to closer regulatory scrutiny|
|May 2016||New disclosure document poses significant challenges for funds|
|April 2016||Funds under pressure – product governance faces regulatory scrutiny|
|February 2016||The regulatory landscape for investment management: navigating a challenging course|
Capital Markets Union is encouraging Europeans to turn more of their savings from cash to investments.
KPMG’s Evolving Investment Management Regulation report finds the industry under closer regulatory scrutiny.