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Managing Assets

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Managing assets — with an eye to the future
The asset management industry is evolving at a deceptively fast pace. Every day, your business faces new and different challenges.
To achieve your potential, you need to manage growth, mitigate risk and embrace regulatory scrutiny — in a clear-sighted and decisive way.
Ernst & Young can help you do this. Drawing on deep technical experience and knowledge of your industry, our asset management sector professionals can provide relevant insights into your most pressing issues.
Through our Global Asset Management Center we bring together people and ideas from across the world. As a focus for knowledge sharing, it enables us to anticipate trends and their implications for our clients.
As a client of ours, you receive a seamless, consistent high-quality service, wherever you are located in the world. And your business gets the help it needs to address the challenges of today — and tomorrow.
Current issues
Global Operating Model: globalization is an irrefutable part of business life. But is offshoring a guaranteed way to cut costs? We believe that a one-size-fits-all approach to offshoring does not work. We can help you assess what is core to your organization and to design and implement a tailored operating model appropriate for your organization.
Take a look at some of the other issues currently affecting the industry:
    • Consolidation
    • Institutionalization of Hedge Funds
    • Pension and asset pooling
    • Regulation
    • SAS 70
Hedge funds: navigating new complexities
Senior executives from 100 of the top global hedge funds offer their thoughts on hedge fund maturity, operational risk, regulation, fees, service providers, and people. Read their views and our analysis of the issues facing managers and emerging trends, including the recent credit crisis.
Our member firms produce newsletters on the latest issues and developments:
    • Asset management insights, June 2008 (pdf, 1mb)...


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