The Central Bank of Ireland’s recent ETF discussion paper may herald a new era of regulatory change for the industry.
Hester Peirce, Senior Research Fellow and Director, Financial Markets Working Group at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, discusses the arguments for and against the Fiduciary Rule—and its likely fate.
A look at the key developments needed for Hong Kong to solidify its position as a global fund domicile.
With the EU Parliament’s approval of the new money market fund rules last month, asset managers should prepare for the new money market landscape in Europe.
In his first 95 days in office, President Trump has signed 69 executive actions. We take a closer look at what his last three actions mean for financial regulation.