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New debt law backfired on government and means restructuring is coming sooner rather than later

Fund managers braced for market shake-up

New US rules cast doubt on direction of $900bn of assets

CSRC to ease controls on foreign ownership

Loosening on majority stakes in Chinese fund companies

IMA leaves God out of statement of practice

Principles will be finalised by November but some are sceptical

Macropru is credit rationing repackaged

Central bankers are worrying about the effects of easy money

Asset managers tight-lipped on dark pools

Fund houses loath to admit harm from use of alternative venues

Hedge funds split over AIFMD risk rules

Alternatives watch and wait as deadline for authorisation looms

Schroders and Henderson to be hit by Mifid II

Regulations on use of client commissions for research to tighten

BlackRock: bouldering on

Second-quarter inflows take asset manager to $4.6tn

Assets under management leave crisis behind

AUM up thanks to rising equities rather than new investment

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