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Beyond the credit crisis: the impact and lessons learnt for investment managers

This report produced by KPMG International in cooperation with the Economist Intelligence Unit examines in detail how fund flows, returns and reputations of investment managers have been impacted by the credit crisis and the economic conditions of the past 12 months. It investigates how, in light of the challenges presented by the credit crisis, investment management firms are managing the increasing complexity of the instruments and strategies they adopt.
Publication date: July 2008

Frontiers in Finance — Regulation after the credit crunch

This edition has two focal points: the post-credit crunch era and trends in investment management. We invite readers to delve into the debate on Regulation after the Credit Crunch and whether financial regulators have overreacted in the aftermath of the crisis. We analyze sovereign wealth funds and associated issues of transparency as well as examine the Hedge Fund Industry Best Practice Standards. Other topics include tax management, Islamic banking and climate change.
Publication date: July 2008

Frontiers in Finance

This edition of frontiers in finance focuses on 'hot' topics in the financial services sector in general, and the retail banking sector in particular.
Publication date: March 2008

Frontiers in Finance - Special Insurance Edition

Growth, performance and governance are key issues for CEOs of insurance companies around the world. This edition of frontiers in finance is solely devoted to the insurance sector and is structured around these three key issues. Topics covered include emerging markets, outsourcing and offshoring, climate change and economic capital models and many more...
Publication Date: September 2007
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