GDPR. The regulation making waves across all industries is going to have a particular impact on the asset management space. Fund managers and service providers alike must fully understand what is required from them with regards to data management. Download our GDPR Fundamentals Brochure for a guide to GDPR in the asset management space.
Global Investor interviews Apex Group’s Deputy CEO, Srikumar T.E. about the need for Shadow NAVs
With Growing Complexity And Shifting Regulatory Demands, Hedge Fund Administrators Grow To Survive.
The consumption of data has never before been greater, in the next hour alone we will generate 8.5 billion emails, over 43 thousand new websites, and 144 million Google searches. What does this mean to the asset management industry?
Apex Fund Services’ John Bohan speaks to Finance Dublin on the company’s clear intent to become one of the largest fund administration companies globally.
Srikumar T.E. reflects on the reasons why the fund administration needs of managers have become more demanding.
With less than one month to go before MiFID II becomes effective, private equity fund managers should take a moment to reconsider whether they are fully prepared. While MiFID II directly regulates only investment firms and other firms providing MiFID services, it may also have an immediate impact on European, and even non-European, PE fund managers.
As the private equity asset class has grown, so has the need to outsource the fund administration function. Srikumar T.E., Deputy CEO of Apex Fund Services, considers what’s in store for this growing industry amid increased reporting requirements from LPs.
Apex listed as global outperformer for fourth year running in Global Custodian Hedge Fund Administration Survey. The survey looks at changes in perception among hedge fund administration clients and rates administrators based on client feedback.
The EU’s European venture capital funds (EuVECA) regime and European social entrepreneurship funds (EuSEF), has been revamped recently to make it more attractive to genuine VC firms. The EuVECA regulation allows venture capitalists to market their funds to investors across the EU through a voluntary EU-wide passport without having to meet all the demands of the AIFM Directive.