alternatives

Mar 24, 2015

AntennaMore than 400 limited partnerships have been created since Luxembourg introduced a new, Anglo-Saxon-style structure in a bid to attract alternative funds. David Stevenson looks at the Grand Duchy’s place as a service centre for this category of investor.

Mar 24, 2015

Singling out delegation of responsibilities as an outstanding issue, Luxembourg asset servicers outline the work completed – and still necessary – for them and their clients to make the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive fully operational.

Mar 24, 2015

Survey picFunds Europe sought the views of European asset managers in December with the first comprehensive survey on legacy systems. The results reveal just how much of a problem outdated technology poses.

Mar 19, 2015

Stream cruiserGlobal equity funds have risen in popularity and managers in this sector have their eyes on diverging economies. Alix Robertson looks at different approaches to the US and Europe and finds that dividends remain a popular theme.

Mar 19, 2015

RobotData is both an asset and a liability for fund managers. Nicholas Pratt looks at whether managed data services might be a solution.

Mar 19, 2015

Sao PauloWe profile some of the most interesting fund launches in recent weeks and examine the performance of a product already on the market.

Mar 19, 2015

Stressed outLiquidity in fixed income markets is a top concern for asset managers, according to a joint annual report from management consulting firm Oliver Wyman and financial services firm, Morgan Stanley.

Mar 18, 2015

Liquid alternativesInvestment manager Neuberger Berman has extended its liquid alternatives Ucits platform with the launch of the Neuberger Berman Global Long Short Equity Fund.

Mar 05, 2015

real-estateUK institutional investors are significantly underinvested in the private rented sector (PRS), a potentially lucrative area of the real estate market, according to a whitepaper by Invesco Real Estate.

Feb 20, 2015

BinaryDigital technology means economic data has never been so abundant. In a market dominated by Reuters and Bloomberg, Alix Robertson reports on how smaller companies are getting in on the act.

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