05 July 2015

SWIFT Institute Research Published in International Journal

The September 2015 issue of the Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money will include the SWIFT Institute sponsored research paper The scope of international mutual fund outsourcing: Fees, performance and risks.

Originally published by the SWIFT Institute in May 2015, this research investigates the consequences of outsourcing different types of services by mutual funds in Europe. While most research has focused on the US funds market and middle/back office services, the SWIFT Institute paper examines the full scope of services that are outsourced by administrators, transfer agents, custodians, advisors, trustees, and auditors across the Continent.  The research was conducted by Douglas Cumming of York University, Armin Schwienbacher of Université de Lille and Feng Zhan of John Carroll University.

The purpose of the Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money is to publish rigorous, original articles dealing with the international aspects of financial markets, institutions and money.

Our congratulations to the researchers for getting into such a prestigious and international journal!

You can see the online version of the journal submission here.

You can download the original SWIFT Institute research paper here.

 


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