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Aujourd’hui, New City Initiative regroupe 42 sociétés indépendantes de gestion d’actifs, dont quelques une des plus importantes en Europe. Les membres gèrent collectivement environ 350 milliards d’euros et emploient plusieurs milliers de personnes.


Le Conseil statue sur la publication de quatre documents d'orientation chaque année. NCI contribue également aux consultations des commissions politiques et réglementaires. Nous travaillons actuellement sur ​​plusieurs publications.

23 Jul 2019
M&A in Asset Management: Is it strangling boutiques?
11 Jun 2019
Carpe Diem: Advice and Opportunities from the Boutique SME Asset Management Sector to the Future of Financial Services
29 Jan 2019
The Evolution of ESG in Asset Management
27 Jun 2018
The Conundrum of Liquidity Regulation: Observations from the Boutique SME Asset Manager
30 May 2018
Boutique Asset Management - An SME Cluster
24 Apr 2018
Capital Controls - Preparing for the Unthinkable
14 Dec 2017
Alignment of Interest - How Culture Defines Boutiques
9 Oct 2017
Delivering Value for Money: The Case for Boutique Active Management
3 Jul 2017
Supporting Innovation and Entrepreneurialism in Asset Management
20 Feb 2017
A New Regime for Asset Management
7 Jul 2016
The Moral Case for Asset Management
15 Dec 2015
The Changing Face of Foreign Exchange
12 Oct 2015
The Next Five Years: Regulatory Challenges That Will Impact Asset Managers
20 Jul 2015
Asset management in Europe: The case for reform
8 Dec 2014
How Regulation is Damaging Competition in Asset Management
25 Aug 2013
Les Patrons Mangent Ici, A practical guide to better alignment in the financial services industry
8 May 2012
FSA's proposed revisions to the Remuneration Code under CRD3
8 May 2012
Passive or Aggressive? Why the Growth In Tracking Products Should Concern the Industry and Investors
9 Nov 2011
Start Up Britain is Here in London: Why it is crucial to support financial SMEs
2 Feb 2011
The significance of the SME sector in the UK Financial Services industry
30 Oct 2010
Alignment of interests: Fixing a broken city