CBI issues statement on CP86: The DMS Take

      This week, the Central Bank of Ireland issued its letter which laid out its findings, now that the fund management companies

      This week, the Central Bank of Ireland issued its letter which laid out its findings, now that the fund management companies (FMCs) thematic review has been finalized. This letter provides further guidance following various deficiencies that were highlighted during the 18 month review period. Conor MacGuinness, Global Head of Onboarding and Relationship Management at DMS, shares our firm’s views on the findings of this letter.

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