Transparency top priority for 2009

How do you think transparency and risk reports will develop? What will investors want in the short, medium and long term? How will their needs change? Aside from institutional investors, what other factors will influence these reports in the future?


We see a major shift towards more transparency, declares John McCann at Trinity Fund Administration. “Investors have focused more on investment returns than on business basics,” he says.

More funds will provide transparency and risk reports to investors, agrees Andrew Rogers at Gemini Fund Services. This will happen as investors require additional disclosure from the funds in which they invest.

“The challenge,” points out Don McClean at UBS, “is to offer a flexible and tailored service to meet

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