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Scott Kraemer, Managing Director of Alternative Investments for Vistra in North America, outlines some emerging trends in the industry and explains why operational transformation and digital innovation will be central to funds’ success over the coming years. 
Heba Al Emara, Managing Director in the Middle East for Vistra, explains how the needs of clients in the region are changing as the next generation comes to the fore. And she outlines the motivations that drive clients’ decision-making when choosing which jurisdictions to rely on. 
Jason Sharman, the Sir Patrick Sheehy Professor of International Relations at Cambridge University, discusses some of the shortcomings of beneficial ownership registries to date — and why it’s unlikely other regions will follow the EU’s lead in the near future.
Indonesia’s omnibus law may be the country’s biggest regulatory reform since the introduction of the Civil Code in 1847. The omnibus law seeks to strengthen Indonesia’s economy by increasing competitiveness, creating jobs and improving overall ease of doing business, particularly for foreign investors.
Vistra recently launched its enhanced My Formations portal to help clients with entities in the British Virgin Islands manage risk and comply with relevant regulations by leveraging digital solutions. 
New report reveals six major trends impacting corporate services
Vistra's latest survey of 620 corporate services executives suggests some are expecting international alignment on tax, transparency and substance regulations to wane in the year ahead. But given that shared interests still exist, particularly between Europe and the US, has regulatory cooperation really peaked? 
Vistra’s latest industry study finds that corporate services professionals are torn over some big questions as the world looks to recover from the economic shock arising from the Covid-19 pandemic: What are the key risks and opportunities? How will the fallout impact the future of globalisation? Where will clients need added support?
As we prepare to launch the first study of the 2020s, we put some key predictions under the microscope. Which of them have borne out as expected? And what surprises have arisen along the way?