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    Commission Unbundling – What Does It Mean for the Industry?

    In the push for transparency, regulators are proposing much tougher unbundling rules to make asset managers think harder about how they spend clients’ money. Tim Wildenberg, CEO of Neonet, a specialist ...
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    Accelerating the Push for T+2 in the US

    With Europe currently moving to shorten its settlement cycle to T+2 and Asia already at T+2 or shorter, the pressure for the US to follow suit has been steadily gaining. SIFMA, ICI and DTCC have laid the necessary ...
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    Defining Crowdsourcing (It May Not Be What You Think)

    “Crowdsourcing” is one of the hottest buzzwords in business, but what exactly is it? According to Adam Devine, VP, product marketing and strategic partnerships, WorkFusion, the term is often ...

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Deutsche Bank Sets Aside Another $1.1 Billion for Legal Costs

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Advisory Fees Help Raise Profit by 44% at Lazard

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Emir reporting rules set for stronger enforcement

eFinancial News)($ The European Securities and Markets Authority is launching a crackdown on derivatives trade reporting breaches, in response to concerns over the poor quality of data collected under major reforms to the market.

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