Italian managers unprepared for governance rules


Italy - Just a quarter of Italian asset managers are prepared for the imminent introduction of new governance rules, research by BC Dexia reveals.

A survey of 41 asset managers found just 26% were fully prepared for the new rules, which were announced by the Bank of Italy last year and take effect at the end of this month. Some 42% said th...

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