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Jun 8, 2022

Continuous Investment in Innovation Pays Off for Our Clients – and Their Clients

As the world’s largest fund administrator, SS&C is in a unique position to identify, respond to, and influence trends shaping the fund industry. Over the last few years, we’ve been right in the middle of two interrelated trends: increasingly rigorous investor due diligence into fund managers’ operational performance, and the increasing interest on the part of fund managers in technology and operations outsourcing.

May 6, 2022

Benefits of Internal Models for Solvency II

As predicted in a recent blog post, we are observing an expansion of partial and full Internal Models to meet the pillar I capital requirements of Solvency II. The debate around its advantages vs its costs has resurfaced, with a special focus on the market and credit risk modules. Here, we provide our perspective on the main benefits of Internal Models based on proven enterprise solutions.

Mar 16, 2021

Worlds collide: insurance and alternatives

Insurance companies and alternative investment managers are converging in the pursuit of higher yield investments, and we are seeing this play out in several ways: insurance companies continue to increase alternatives allocations through limited/general partnership structures and/or by acquiring alternative investment managers in order to gain deal flow and expertise. At the same time, alternative investment managers are investing in insurance companies or launching re-insurance ventures to create a steady stream of capital inflows from premiums.

Mar 27, 2020

The top five misconceptions of hedge fund compliance with Regulation D and the impact of Blue Sky laws

There are a lot of common misconceptions surrounding blue sky laws. Does an offering require an initial filing with the SEC using Form D to claim an exemption from registration? Does an SEC filing preempt the blue sky law requirement to file with state/jurisdictions?


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