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Centaur Unveils New Web Portal

Centaur Fund Services, a Waystone Group company, is announcing several upgrades focused on providing fund managers with more personalisation and capabilities in their investment manager portal.

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Centaur Shortlisted For Two HFM European Awards

Centaur Fund Services, a Waystone Group company, is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted in two categories at the prestigious HFM European Services Awards due to take place on 27 April at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

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Waystone welcomes Centaur Fund Administration into The Group

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Centaur, is now part of the Waystone Group. The transaction will significantly broaden Waystone’s service offering to asset managers and their investors and represents the first time a leading third-party management company (“ManCo”) has moved to integrate a fund administrator to complement its service offering.

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Client Service Remains At Centaur’s Core As 96% Of Surveyed Clients Indicated A High Level Of Satisfaction 

During a recent client survey, we were delighted to see our clients giving overwhelmingly positive endorsements for Centaur’s client services. We understand that client relationships are central to our success and work hard to build a client-first culture throughout the firm. As testament to this, we are proud to say that we have not lost a client since our inception.

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Regulation And Compliance Issues Pose The Biggest Challenge For Fund Managers in 2023

The last decade has seen asset managers being inundated with industry challenges and complications. This month, Centaur conducted a survey to assess clients’ opinions about industry trends and challenges. When asked to highlight the primary challenges the industry would likely face in 2023, 26% of respondents put the regulatory landscape as extremely important.

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SEC Compliance Update: Recordkeeping Enforcement Actions And Cybersecurity Proposal

New York, November 3, 2022 Registered Investment Advisers (“RIAs”) are subject to books and records required of under Rule 204-2 of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 (the “Recordkeeping Rule”). In addition, Rule 206(4)-7 requires implementing policies and procedures reasonably designed to prevent violation by your supervised persons of the Advisers Act and the rules adopted…

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