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White Paper: Best practice for distribution oversight

By Lorcan Murphy

Distribution oversight is a key priority for asset managers and significant resource and activity is being allocated to support this. In light of recent statements on CP86 and CP 138 by the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI), what should asset managers be considering as best practice?

This white paper provides a summary of the points highlighted during the webinar held in partnership with ACOLIN and law firm Mason Hayes & Curran LLP (MHC) and aims to explain key areas IFMs need to consider when distributing funds cross-border.

Agenda

  • Recent CBI guidance regarding Distribution Oversight
  • Structure of Distribution
  • Best practices in Distribution Oversight
  • Where do we go from here?

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Lorcan Murphy Managing Director, ACOLIN, UK & Ireland Send Email

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