Power shifts to investors

Global Fund Administration Management Report


Conventional wisdom has it that investors are in the driving seat post-2008. However, not all investors have as much influence as they may want in the selection of fund administrators.

Liam McNiffe at Bank of Ireland Securities Services agrees investors may not be involved in the process. However, he says all investors are now aware of the importance of an independent and impartial administrator to a fund’s activity.

“Institutional investors will carry out due diligence on all of the service

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