The ‘EU Cross Border Funds Industry in the 2020s’ Luxembourg Seminar will be held on the morning of the 28th April 2020 in the historic Abtei Neimënster, Salle José Ensch. This is the first of 3 such seminars in 2020, hosted by Catalina Consulting in association with Fund Management Research & Event Specialist, IFI Global.
February 20, 2020 /
The EU cross-border fund industry faces a number of major challenges at the beginning of the new decade. Decisions made in the near future, in response to these challenges, will likely determine the course for the industry for several years to come. IFI Global and Catalina Consulting are hosting a series of 3 seminars to debate how the industry should react to these challenges. These seminars will focus on the topics that are critical to the industry’s further development. Attendees will include leaders of the different constituencies that make up the fund industry – both from the UK, Ireland, Luxembourg and elsewhere – as well as leaders from high-growth Fintechs.
January 28, 2020 /
This lunchtime seminar on Wednesday January 22 is a curtain raiser for a major event series that IFI Global and Catalina Consulting are hosting in 2020 examining the future of the EU cross-border fund industry in this new decade. Events are being held in Luxembourg (March 2020), London (June 2020) and Dublin (September 2020) focusing on the topics that are critical to the industry’s further development. Please join us for a presentation and panel discussion focusing on: • How Brexit will impact the asset management industry in Ireland, Luxembourg and the UK • Will Brexit mean changes in delegation and passporting rules? • The ramifications of possible EU-UK regulatory divergence • Beyond Brexit: how ESG, technology and other issues will impact EU cross-border jurisdictions in this new decade
January 14, 2020 /
Wells Fargo banking analyst Mike Mayo has forecast that the coming decade will be a "golden age of banks and technology", as IT insiders move up the ranks of management and banks emerge from wreckage of the financial crisis. The veteran bank analyst believes that banks are now in better shape to take advantage of their huge technology budgets following three lost decades in which bank consolidation, excessive growth and the financial crisis spurred a muddled approach to tech spending.
January 4, 2020 /
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