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Asset Management must question traditional business models and innovate

New ALFI Spring Mag, 'Future Perfect', outlines trends, challenges and opportunities for the global asset management industry.

"The wave of regulation that has occupied the global asset management industry over the last decade has barely started to abate and yet new issues continue to emerge that have the potential to fundamentally impact the investment funds industry for years to come," says Denise Voss, chairman of ALFI (the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry).

She continued: "As a contribution to this need to continually innovate, ALFI has produced the ALFI Spring Mag 2016, which looks at factors that drive market trends and how those dynamics affect the investment fund sector. ALFI Spring Mag 2016 brings together a wealth of diversity of thought on issues that will impact the entire value chain of the industry. It looks in more depth at the issues addressed at ALFI's Spring conference, which took place on 8 and 9 March."

The magazine brings together a range of issues and debates around three key topics: FinTech, diversity and regulatory/tax issues with contributions from a range of experts, including:

  • Lyron Wahrmann, Head of Citi Markers Innovation Lab, Citigroup Tel Aviv - current trends in FinTech in the world of banking and finance
  • Rita Knott, President, Female Board Pool, Luxembourg - Board Ready for the Fund Industry
  • Revel Wood, CEO FundRock Management Company - the myths and realities of multi-manager platforms 
  • Patrick Laurent, Partner, Technology & Enterprise Application Leader, Deloitte Luxembourg - Blockchain Technology

Ms Voss concludes: "The message from the magazine and the conference is clear: the asset management industry must proactively examine its traditional business models and innovate to meet the rapidly evolving needs of both today's and tomorrow's investors."

 

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