Three tech projects to prep for SEC's liquidity rules
The Securities and Exchange Commission proposed rules in September to increase fund liquidity to make sure investors can redeem their shares during market crises, and to prevent a run on funds. But many asset managers are not ready to comply.
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Voluntary clearing: the unsung cost saver for pension funds
Since the financial crisis, almost every facet of the derivatives world has been scrutinized and subjected to new rules by global regulatory authorities. This has pushed many financial institutions to overhaul their internal processes, creating ways to efficiently and cost-effectively accommodate this new environment.
The technical implications of Grexit, how can SimCorp clients prepare
With the Greek sovereign debt crisis unravelling around us, there is concern and uncertainty as to its effect on Europe and the investment management industry. With many rating agencies now rating the probability of Greece exiting the Eurozone at 50%, it feels as if we may be reaching a tipping point. But what are the technical implications of such an event on investment management firms? And how should SimCorp clients prepare?