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September 8, 2017  |   Volume XIV, Issue XXXVII
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SOFTWARE & SERVICES EBRIEFING

Alternative Investments


Software & Services eBriefing
Outsourcing in the funds industry – Part one

Many of today’s fund administrators use outsourced providers. In 2016, the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) conducted a review of this trend and provided these firms with recommendations in three key areas. In this first of a two-part eBriefing series, we look at what the CBI recommends for management and internal control measures.

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The proliferation of debt funds

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Basel III capital requirements restrict the ability of banks to lend. A growing number of private equity managers and hedge funds are filling the void.

Cross-cultural courtesy: A guide to business etiquette

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As an organization grows, it becomes increasingly likely that its employees will interact with people from different countries and cultures. A little preparation and training can go a long way.
SS&C Blog
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Congratulations! August 25 Puzzler Solvers:
Ferdinand Wit, VvAA Group
Gabriel Ng, Parametrica Asset Management
Joe Lally, UBS
Kevin Strutz, Acuity
Stan Duda, NYSIF
William F. Gibson, IVY Creek Associates


Sep 22, 2017
SS&C GlobeOp Forward Redemption Indicator: September notifications 3.72%

Sep 14, 2017
SS&C GlobeOp Hedge Fund Performance Index: August performance 0.90%; Capital Movement Index: September net flows advance 0.13%



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