Insights into new regulations in S.Africa, UAE, and Isle of Man

By International Adviser

Added 30th September 2016

How will new mutual fund regulation in the UAE impact on portfolio bonds and unit-linked funds?

James Weston, head of international advisory at GAM gives his insights on the latest twists and turns in this long-running regulatory issue.

He also explains how Qrops business in South Africa will be affected by its version of the UK’s sweeping RDR rules, now six months’ delayed from implementation.

Weston further tackles the Isle of Man’s proposed commission disclosure regime, and whether this should cover only insurance products or also funds and structured products.

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