July’s corporate governance news includes a new stewardship code, tracking ESG indexes, a win and a loss for dual-class shares, disclosing executive pay, and possible changes to a listing regime.
Regional representatives learn more about GIPS 2020 and use design thinking to create action plans for promoting the GIPS standards.
The future of the investment industry is important for the functioning of the global economy, but there are changes happening in the world that will impact the industry and it needs to prepare.
Countries in the Asia-Pacific region are taking steps to encourage ethical practices at asset manager firms in their capital markets by promoting or adopting the CFA Institute Asset Manager Code.
High-frequency trading (HFT) was front-page news not too long ago, but fintech has taken that spot. But could the road ahead for fintech end up looking the same as its been for HFT?
Alternative data is already being used by investment managers, but one of the bigger questions is whether it is worth the cost — not only the upfront costs, but also the opportunity cost.
A new index for tracking the performance of non-state-owned organizations and moves toward taking some steps that are counter to good corporate governance made news in June.
Advances in technology are gaining visibility in the world of investment management, but how it will be regulated remains an issue, especially when it comes to protecting investors.
There is a cost to society for firms to produce their finished goods, such as environmental damage, and firms pay only pay if they are taxed. Is there alternative?
Although there have been improvements in executive compensation practices, there are still more improvements that need to be made.
There has been a surge in Initial Coin Offerings and the reasons behind it seemed to be related to diversifying away exposure to Bitcoin.
With Brexit looming, parts of Dodd-Frank on the chopping block, and other stressors on the global community, now is not the time for complacency in financial reform.
Brexit is moving forward, and the investment management industry needs to keep up with the effects it could have on business.
The interest in fintech worldwide shows no signs of abating, but there are variations in what "fintech" means in different countries and depends on the needs of local economy.
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