Jun 23, 2015

Philippe SeyllFunds Europe talks to Philippe Seyll, Clearstream’s Executive Board Member and Head of Investment Fund Services, about its plans for geographic expansion and product development in 2015 and beyond.

Jun 23, 2015

BullThe bond bull market might – perhaps – be over, but QE is boosting Europe’s €480 billion high yield market, finds David Stevenson, who looks at the risk factors in the corporate bond market.

Jun 23, 2015

Train tracksThe meteoric rise of exchange-traded funds has left traditional index funds in the shade. But as Alix Robertson finds, sales of old-style trackers have not waned.

Jun 23, 2015

ScalesInvestors are keen on smart beta ETFs, says Felix Goltz of the Edhec-Risk Institute, who illustrates the popularity of investment factors.

Jun 17, 2015

Risk3Asset manager Lyxor and JP Morgan are to launch a range of risk factor exchange-traded funds (ETFs) together.

Jun 16, 2015

Editorial Synopsis July/August 2015

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Funds Europe hosts a roundtable event in Zurich that looks at the latest developments in Swiss asset management and fund distribution.

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The outcome of the UK’s May general election means there will probably be an “in/out” referendum on UK membership of the...

Jun 08, 2015

Mixed chartGlobal flows to exchange-traded funds (ETFs) investing in Europe slowed in May while money going into emerging markets increased.

Jun 01, 2015

Gold nuggetsMarket Vectors, an exchange-traded fund (ETF) provider, has listed a pair of gold funds on the alternative pan-European exchange, BATS Chi-x Europe.

May 15, 2015

LiquidThe danger with ETFs, say critics, is that market turmoil could expose them as less liquid than their providers assume. David Stevenson finds out if there is any substance to the claims.

May 15, 2015

Lars HamichUS-based Van Eck Global has launched its first Ucits ETFs in Europe covering the hugely out-of-favour gold-mining sector. Lars Hamich, its European CEO, tells David Stevenson why.