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Performance And Risk Analysis

Frances Barney

Institutional investors are increasing their allocations into alternatives and therefore need a more comprehensive understanding of their investment risks and how they can incorporate illiquid or non-transparent investments into risk analysis to best manage their portfolios.

REGULATORY CHANGE

RQFII and QFII: A New Chapter Begins

Magdalene Tay

China’s latest capital markets liberalizations aims to promote foreign participation through upgrades to the qualified foreign institutional investor (QFII) and RMB QFII (RQFII) schemes.

Negative yields, market volatility and political uncertainty: Tricky times for investors

Rohan Singh, Shamik Dhar

There seems to be little doubt, as 2019 enters its last quarter, that the global economic juncture is an increasingly worrisome one of slowing growth and mounting debt load.

Unlocking the Future of Securities Lending

Paul Solway

In recent years, we have seen new beneficial owners coming to market with greater appreciation for securities lending programs. What’s in the cards for them as the landscape evolves?

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How Global Tax and Regulation Shifts Are Affecting Asian Asset Owners

Magdalene Tay

Major shifts in the tax and regulatory landscape are unsettling asset owners worldwide. Experts at the BNY Mellon Asia Pacific Asset Servicing Client Leadership Summit in Beijing discussed how Asia Pacific investors can find their footing.

Withholding Tax Relief Gone Mad?

Sophie Wong

In January, BNY Mellon hosted a live audio webcast on tax and regulatory landscape for 2019. Rohit Narula from EY and Jonathan Waters from BNY Mellon provided the latest updates and developments in the world of tax and regulations. Sophie Wong from BNY Mellon, moderated the discussion.

New Fund Structures in APAC - OFC and VCC One Year Later

Sophie Wong

The lack of pickup for Hong Kong’s OFC structure has possibly been due, on a broader scale, to the relatively limited overall number of new fund launches seen in the jurisdiction.

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