Times have changed, and markedly so. The talk about liquidity that loomed large in the first few years after the financial crisis is over and has been replaced with concern about volatility, global growth and the debilitating effects of negative interest rates.
Following the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union there are five key questions, which asset managers should ask from a regulatory and practical point of view.
Whose cost is it anyway?
It’s no secret that regulatory overhauls come with increased compliance and, ultimately, higher costs. Janet Du Chenne explores the types of costs that banks can expect, to help them see the wood for the trees.
Brexit: What does it mean?
On June 23, in a public referendum, the UK voted to leave the European Union. Since this historic vote there has been considerable volatility in the financial markets and an intense focus on what Brexit means for the UK’s commercial and business relationship with Europe...and vice versa.