John Moutsopoulos is a Partner at Norton Rose Fulbright and an expert in the world of registered and wholesale managed investment schemes, along with managed investment trusts.
We were delighted to sit down with John and discuss the issues around Corporate Collective Investment Vehicles – or CCIVs.
John talked to Perpetual about:
- Whether CCIVs will succeed in aligning Australia’s regulatory framework with international regimes.
- Will CCIVs really move the dial for investor interest in Australia?
- What opportunities do the CCIV reforms present?
- What’s the market view of the CCIV reforms?
If you’d like more information on CCIVs call your Perpetual Corporate Trust Business Development Manager.
You can also read more of Norton Rose Fulbright’s insights into CCIVs in their recent report.
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