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International Investment & ETFs Review 2011

  • Published: March 2011
  • Region: Global
  • 60 Pages
  • Euromoney Trading Ltd


  • Anderson Mori & Tomotsune
  • BlackRock
  • Deutsche Börse AG
  • EDHEC-Risk Institute
  • K&L Gates LLP
  • Kim & Chang
  • MORE

The International Investment & ETFs Review 2011 provides a comprehensive guide to investment opportunities worldwide. Prepared by leading experts from investment banks, law firms and consultancies, the Review contains analysis of ETFs, securities, debt and equity capital markets, and regulations governing investment worldwide. The Review focuses on significant market trends and developments. The publication serves as a comprehensive guide to the investment and ETFs market, as well as highlighting opportunities within each specific sector.


“Regulatory changes currently sweeping across Europe are creating a wave of opportunity. From the UCITS IV Directive to Solvency II, the advantages of pooling funds/assets into a single tax-transparent vehicle are being highlighted. For EU Member States, the race is on to encourage fund managers, multinationals and insurers/reinsurers to establish vehicles in their domiciles. As the United Kingdom looks to enter the market, established centres such as Ireland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands are taking steps to boost their competitiveness.” - Aaron Overy, Northern Trust

Foreword - 2011: The year of MiFlD

Longevity: Recent regulatory and market developments

Catching the wave: Regulatory change creates new opportunities for tax-transparent cross-border pooling

Legislation review: Passporting the activities of UCITS management companies into, and out of, Luxembourg

Exchange Traded Funds


Another year of continued growth and development for the London Stock Exchange Group’s

ETF and ETP markets

Structuring considerations for exchange traded funds (ETFs) within the European regulatory landscape

A cut above the best: Adding a new dimension to ETF trading

What are the alternatives to cap-weighted indices?

US covered bond legislation edges forward

Regulations on payment-services business in Japan

Korean regulations for cross-border asset management business

- Anderson Mori & Tomotsune
- BlackRock
- Bonn Schmitt Steichen, Avocats
- Deutsche Börse AG
- EDHEC-Risk Institute
- Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE)
- K&L Gates LLP
- Kim & Chang
- London Stock Exchange Group
- Milliman
- Northern Trust
- William Fry

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