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CACEIS News No. 59 - January 2020

The Asset Servicing Journal

  • CACEIS and Santander create a major global player in asset servicing
  • CACEIS strengthens its position as European leader
  • AI serving the reading of fund prospectuses
  • "We are now one of Switzerland's leading real estate fund administrators"
  • CACEIS strengthens its team of securities finance experts
  • CACEIS improves its service offering dedicated to ETFs
  • CACEIS contributes to vote processing procedures
  • ESG reporting and extra-financial data sovereignty
  • Fighting plastic polution in oceans
  • Country Focus - Switzerland

RegWatch

December 2019

CACEIS Regulatory Watch Newsletter

EUROPEAN UNION

  • BENCHMARKS REGULATION (BMR)
  • CENTRAL SECURITIES DEPOSITARY REGULATION (CSDR)
  • European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR)
  • Markets in financial instruments Directive and Regulation (MiFID II / MiFIR)
  • PROSPECTUS REGULATION
  • PRUDENTIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR INVESTMENT FIRMS DIRECTIVE & REGULATION (IFD / IFR)
  • REGULATION ON INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING STANDARDS (IAS)
  • SUSTAINABLE FINANCE / GREEN FINANCE / BENCHMARK

BELGIUM

  • BENCHMARKS REGULATION (BMR)
  • DAC 6

FRANCE

  • FINANCIAL MARKET AMENDMENT LAW
  • Investment Funds / Collective Investment Schemes (CIS) / Asset Management
  • SHAREHOLDERS' RIGHTS DIRECTIVE (SRD II)

GERMANY

  • Anti-money laundering / Combating the financing of terrorism (AML / CFT)
  • DAC 6
  • Investment Funds / Collective Investment Schemes (CIS) / Asset Management
  • Markets in financial instruments Directive and Regulation (MiFID II / MiFIR)
  • SHAREHOLDERS' RIGHTS DIRECTIVE (SRD II)

HONG KONG

  • Investment Funds / Collective Investment Schemes (CIS) / Asset Management

IRELAND

  • CODE OF CONDUCT

ITALY

  • FINANCIAL MARKET INFRASTRUCTURE

LUXEMBOURG

  • Anti-money laundering / Combating the financing of terrorism (AML / CFT)
  • BENCHMARKS REGULATION (BMR)
  • Investment Funds / Collective Investment Schemes (CIS) / Asset Management
  • IT OUTSOURCING
  • packaged retail and insurance-based investment products (priipS)
  • REPORTING
  • SUPERVISORY REPORTING

NETHERLANDS

  • FINANCIAL SERVICES COMPENSATION SCHEME
  • Markets in financial instruments Directive and Regulation (MiFID II / MiFIR)
  • SUSTAINABLE FINANCE / GREEN FINANCE

SWITZERLAND

  • ACCOUNTING
  • Anti-money laundering / Combating the financing of terrorism (AML / CFT)
  • FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
  • FINANCIAL MARKET INFRASTRUCTURE
  • FINANCIAL SERVICES
  • FINANCIAL SUPERVISION
  • MACRO-PRUDENTIAL FRAMEWORK
  • OWN Funds

UNITED KINGDOM

  • Anti-money laundering / Combating the financing of terrorism (AML / CFT)
  • Markets in financial instruments Directive and Regulation (MiFID II / MiFIR)

Corporate

Corporate Brochure 2019

Globaler Partner im bereich Asset Servicing

CACEIS ist eine internationale Bankengruppe, die sämtliche Back-Office-Leistungen in allen Anlageklassen anbietet. Die mit einer soliden IT-Infrastruktur ausgestattete Unternehmensgruppe bietet ihren Kunden, darunter institutionelle Anleger, Verwaltungsgesellschaften, Banken, Broker und Unternehmen, Lösungen im Bereich Execution, Clearing, Verwahrung, Depotbankdienste und Fonds-Administration an.

Referenzen

Analyse that: How AI will transform investment

A Funds Europe survey in partnership with CACEIS

Artificial intelligence is widely talked about in financial services.

But, arguably, the industry still lags behind other sectors – particularly technology giants such as Amazon, Google, Netflix, Apple and Facebook – in putting artificial intelligence (AI) applications to work.
Funds Europe, in association with Caceis, surveyed the industry to assess what the future holds for asset management firms intending to apply AI.

  • 80% of respondents said that artificial intelligence and data engineering are tools that all investment managers will use in the future.
  • 66% said that AI will deliver benefits across the front, middle and back office.
  • The major impediments to applying AI are a lack of maturity in the technology and a lack of existing use cases that demonstrate how it can be applied.
  • 24% said key decision-makers still fail to understand how AI will bring value to customers.
  • 40% of respondent firms have already started their AI research and development projects, while 11% said that they will be launching their AI projects in the next 12 months.

A total of 270 funds professionals participated in the online survey.

CACEIS Emetteurs

CACEIS Emetteurs N°15 — Mars 2018

L’actualité des services aux émetteurs

 

 

  • Témoignage client : Sopra Steria Group
  • OLIS Corporates, le nouvel outil web dédié à l'émetteur
  • Assemblées Générales : activité de CACEIS en 2017
  • Interview de Sylvie Sintes, Responsable Opérations Actionnariat Nominatif
  • Augmentations de capital réservées : enrichissement de l'offre CACEIS
  • Principaux impacts sur l'administration des titres des réformes fiscales votées fin 2017

Decryptage

N°114 - Juin 2019

L’actualité juridique et réglementaire

ACTUALITÉS LÉGISLATIVES ET RÉGLEMENTAIRES


COMMUNICATION AMF


AUTRES COMMUNICATIONS FRANÇAISES


ACTUALITÉS EUROPÉENNES

EDHEC-Risk Institute

Multi-Dimensional Risk and Performance Analysis for Equity Portfolios

An EDHEC-Risk Institute Publication

 

 

In this study, EDHEC-Risk Institute explores a novel approach to address the challenge raised by the standard investment practice of treating attributes as factors, with respect to how to perform a consistent risk and performance analysis for equity portfolios across multiple dimensions that incorporate micro attributes.