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CACEIS News

CACEIS News No. 58 - September 2019

The Asset Servicing Journal

  • CACEIS and KAS BANK: The expected benefits of the combination
  • Client testimonial: ING Solutions Investment Management (ISIM)
  • CACEIS's one-stop shop offer for pension funds
  • Final countdown for Brexit
  • France’s innovative PACTE law with a European ambition
  • CACEIS enhances the user experience for corporate actions management on OLIS
  • Outsourcing SFTR reporting to CACEIS
  • CACEIS Corporate Brochure 2019
  • Country Focus - The Netherlands

RegWatch

October 2019

CACEIS Regulatory Watch Newsletter

EUROPEAN UNION

  • BENCHMARKS REGULATION (BMR)
  • packaged retail and insurance-based investment products (priipS)
  • BREXIT
  • CENTRAL SECURITIES DEPOSITARY REGULATION (CSDR)
  • DIRECTIVE ON THE PROTECTION OF PERSONS WHO REPORT BREACHES OF UNION LAW (WHISTLEBLOWERS DIRECTIVE)
  • European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR)
  • MARKET ABUSE DIRECTIVE AND REGULATION (MAD / MAR)
  • MARKETS IN FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS DIRECTIVE AND REGULATION (MIFID II / MIFIR)
  • PROSPECTUS REGULATION
  • SUSTAINABLE FINANCE / GREEN FINANCE
  • TAX TRANSPARENCY

BELGIUM

  • Investment funds / COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEMES (CIS) / ASSET MANAGEMENT
  • Anti-money laundering / Combating the financing of terrorism (AML / CFT)
  • PROSPECTUS REGULATION

FRANCE

  • DAC 6
  • Investment funds / COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEMES (CIS) / ASSET MANAGEMENT
  • PROSPECTUS REGULATION

GERMANY

  • MARKET ABUSE DIRECTIVE AND REGULATION (MAD / MAR)

HONG KONG

  • CONSUMER PROTECTION
  • DATA PROTECTION / GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR) / EPRIVACY REGULATION (EPR)

IRELAND

  • FINANCIAL SUPERVISION

ITALY

  • BREXIT
  • Investment Funds / Collective Investment Schemes (CIS) / Asset Management
  • European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR)
  • GOVERNANCE
  • PROFESSIONALS OF THE FINANCIAL SECTOR (PFS)
  • PROSPECTUS REGULATION

LUXEMBOURG

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

NETHERLANDS

  • Anti-money laundering / Combating the financing of terrorism (AML / CFT)
  • European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR)
  • FINANCIAL MARKET AMENDMENT LAW
  • FOREIGN ACCOUNT TAX COMPLIANCE ACT (FATCA)

SWITZERLAND

  • AUTOMATIC EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION
  • PENSION FUNDS
  • SUSTAINABLE FINANCE / GREEN FINANCE

UNITED KINGDOM

  • Anti-money laundering / Combating the financing of terrorism (AML / CFT)
  • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI)
  • BREXIT
  • Financial SUPERVISION
  • Investment Funds / Collective Investment Schemes (CIS) / Asset Management
  • MARKET ABUSE DIRECTIVE AND REGULATION (MAD / MAR)
  • Markets in financial instruments Directive and Regulation (MiFID II / MiFIR)
  • REPORTING
  • SHAREHOLDERS' RIGHTS DIRECTIVE (SRD II)

INTERNATIONAL

  • Anti-money laundering / Combating the financing of terrorism (AML / CFT)

Corporate

Corporate Brochure 2019

Global Asset Servicing Partner

CACEIS is an asset servicing bank specialising in post-trade functions related to administration and monitoring of all asset classes. With a solid IT infrastructure, we provide execution, clearing, custody, depositary and asset valuation services in markets worldwide to assist institutional and corporate clients in meeting their business development objectives.

Reference Papers

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

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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.