In the coming years, asset allocation will be impacted by the changing macroeconomic environment, evolving investor demographics, technology and regulation.
In December 2014, ECMI and CEPS formed the European Capital Markets Expert Group (ECMEG) with the aim of providing a long-term contribution to the debate on the Capital Markets U
The unstoppable race of commodity prices comes at a critical moment, when European and US economies are languishing in regaining the ground lost as a result of the recent financi
CEPS and ECMI wish to engage market participants, together with international experts, academics and regulators, in a discussion on long-term investing and long-term saving products, including priv
The Task Force Rethinking Asset Management was set up by the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) and the European Capital Markets Institute (ECMI) in late 2010 to research
Successfully finalised with the publication of its final report in February 2011 (see below), this task force brought together market participants, international experts, academi
The financial crisis has had a severe impact on European financial markets.
The European fund management industry has undergone profound changes since the 1985 Directive on Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities (UCITS).
The EU is well advanced in (re-)shaping the regulatory structure for securities markets.
The asset management industry encompasses a broad range of businesses, in terms both of size as well as regulatory regimes.
In November 2000, the European Commission announced its intention to undertake a review of the Investment Services Directive (ISD).
The aim of securities market regulation is to ensure proper disclosure and enforcement via a complex set of intermediaries and institutions.
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