Karel Lannoo, CEPS Senior Research Fellow, and Mirzha de Manuel Aramendía, CEPS Research Fellow, contributed to this book edited by Michael Pinedo and Ingo Walter, professors at the NYU Stern School of Business, and published by Palgrave Macmillan.
The book focuses on all major aspects of the asset management industry including its regulations, strategies, processes, applied technologies, and risks. It provides a serious resource for readers seeking greater depth and alternative opinions on specific industry developments, and breadth for specialists interested in the dynamics of the industry.
Under the title "Game Change in Asset Management", the contribution to this book from de Manuel and Lannoo provides a comprehensive picture and critical analysis of the changes experienced in the regulation of the asset management industry in Europe since the 2008 financial crisis. The chapter considers notably the introduction of the AIFMD, the reviews of UCITS and MiFID, and the PRIPs and ELTIF proposals. It anticipates future trends and discusses the likely impacts for industry and investors.
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Table of contents for the book: Part I – Global Asset Management: Introduction and Overview, Part II – The Crisis of 2007-2008 and its Aftermath, Part III – Key Risk Factors in Asset Management, Part IV – Regulations and Governance, Part V – Operational Processes and Costs, Part VI – Operational Platforms and IT Strategies, Part VII – Future Challenges and Growth.
Table of contents for the chapter "Game Change in Asset Management': Introduction, The asset management industry, The UCITS regime, Creating an EU regime for 'alternative' funds, Money market funds, The interaction with MiFID, Impact of the changing supervisory setup, Towards a horizontal asset management regime, Conclusion.