specialreports
At Wealth Adviser we produce a number of special reports , updated each year to focus on jurisdictional, regulatory, technical and product investment issues in detail. Each report is produced with its own independent editorial and supported with detailed contributions from industry experts.

Please browse the list below to select and read our special reports. Please contact us here if you would like to receive a schedule of our special reports or participate in them

    Bahamas
    The Bahamas - Regulatory Overhaul

    Tue, 12/12/2017 - 10:49

    This GFM report reveals how the SCB’s new risk-based regulatory approach – including fund manager licensing/registration and increased oversight of the key players in a fund structure, is aimed at opening the jurisdiction to the global funds industry.

    The Bahamas – Destination of choice

    Mon, 08/08/2016 - 11:03

    In a new Bahamas mini report, Tanya McCartney, CEO and Executive Director, Bahamas Financial Services Board (‘BFSB’) describes a multi-tiered value proposition that is helping The Bahamas to become a leading international financial centre.

    Bermuda
    Bermuda Fund Services 2017

    Fri, 24/03/2017 - 10:55

    This special report looks at how Bermuda's determination to provide a wide array of investment fund structures underpinned by the Bermuda Monetary Authority's bespoke, risk-based approach to regulatory oversight, is attracting a new wave of investment

    Ireland
    Ireland Fund Services 2014

    Thu, 20/11/2014 - 13:10

    With the imminent introduction of the Irish Collective Management Vehicle (ICAV) and enormous interest in vehicles investing in the fast-recovering domestic real estate market, Ireland's funds business is set to dial up strong growth in 2015

    Luxembourg
    Luxembourg Fund Services 2014

    Fri, 24/10/2014 - 12:52

    Luxembourg is not resting on the success of its SCSp regime. With PERE debt funds on the rise, a potential Reit product on the horizon, and a RQFII programme to tap in to, global managers suddenly have a number of compelling reasons to use Luxembourg as t

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