Relatively little of the huge amount that has been said and written on the AIFM Directive has focused on its implications for fund boards.
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Increased regulation will eventually lead to a more stable and secure investment industry, however it is likely to increase pressure on operating costs and levels of efficiency.
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Asset managers are facing increasing levels of regulation such as UCITS IV and AIFMD, and this is putting pressure on operating costs and levels of efficiency.
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