Regulation is key to the success of the Australian financial services sector, but allowing for new companies to innovate and change the way these services are provided is vital to the future of the sector, writes Airwallex’s Jack Zhang.
Recent ASIC action serves as a timely reminder to financial service providers of the importance of compliance, writes Baker McKenzie’s Bill Fuggle.
President Trump’s potentially inflationary policy agenda has understandably put emerging markets investors on edge, writes Lazard Asset Management’s James Donald.
The current fee structure arrangements used by many hedge funds benefit the manager more than the investor and don’t necessarily incentivise performance, writes Harvest Lane Asset Management’s Luke Cummings.
Technology is not only changing the way the financial services sector interacts with clients, but how it operates internally too, writes Super Recruiters’ Guy McKanna, but finding the right staff for a firm requires more than just the latest technology.
AIST appoints new chief executive
Insync adds portfolio manager to team
AMP Capital global equities CIO departs
Balancing regulation with fintech innovation
A timely compliance reminder
Emerging markets can withstand uncertainty