equities

Jan 10, 2011

bull_market_410Commodities will offer long-only investors better growth potential than any other asset over the next five years owing to a bull run in commodity prices, a fund manager claims.

Jan 05, 2011

railway_pointsPortfolio changes prompted by the market environment have taken place as the number of specialists who execute transitions has shrunk. Nick Fitzpatrick looks at who is in and who is out of transition management and why certain approaches have faltered

Jan 05, 2011

Tim_keaneyAsset servicing firms offer strategic advice to fund managers about running their businesses more efficiently. But here Tim Keaney tells Nick Fitzpatrick how BNY Mellon has adapted its own servicing business to the tougher environment

Jan 05, 2011

Brazil_beachBrazil was one of 2010's most notable markets, so Martyn Cuff, of Allianz Global Investors Europe, asks if the Brazilian asset management industry has come of age.

Jan 05, 2011

RT_Dec10In this second extract from FE's roundtable discussion, our panellists discuss their top new markets with potential and the value of having a local presence.

Jan 05, 2011

Nils_BolmstrandIt's all about the journey: Nils Bolmstrand, who stood down as Skandia Investment Group CEO in December, highlights the importance of managing investors' expectations. By Angele Spiteri Paris.

Jan 05, 2011

dustbinHigh-yield bonds have been a successful asset class for the second year running and despite talk of a bubble in fixed income, managers expect money to stick, finds Nick Fitzpatrick

Jan 05, 2011

gavelIs it time for a fresh look at the most hated asset class of the moment: European equities? By Angele Spiteri Paris

Jan 05, 2011

tightrope_balanceCurrency tensions between China and the West have caused fund managers to think deeply about the impact on portfolios. Amid perhaps predictable optimism for emerging markets, Fiona Rintoul finds confidence in European equities too

Jan 04, 2011

Office_buildings12010 saw fund flows in certain categories at their highest since pre-crisis 2006. Not surprisingly it was still emerging markets that drove the biggest flows in the equities and bonds sectors while developed markets seeped money.

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