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June 25, 2009

The motives behind the draft EU directive on Alternative Investment Fund Managers may be questionable, but it is hard to disagree with policymakers' objectives to enhance transparency and to create harmonised regulatory standards for alternative investment managers in Europe.

The motives behind the draft EU directive on Alternative Investment Fund Managers may be questionable, but it is hard to disagree with policymakers' objectives to enhance transparency and to create harmonised regulatory standards for alternative investment managers in Europe. The dilemma is how to put these ambitions into practice in a cost effective, coherent and fair-minded way.

January 1, 2005

There have been one too many high-profile scandals where corporate governance is concerned. Were they preventable? Alden Lank thinks so

Alden Lank phan Schimdheiny professor of Family Enterprises Emeritus at IMD, Lausanne and former executive director, president, chairman and current honorary board member of the FBN.

There have been one too many high-profile scandals where corporate governance is concerned. Were they preventable? Alden Lank thinks so

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