investment strategy

Oct 15, 2018

FortressAmidst a historic bull run, companies with wide economic moats continue to prosper, says asset manager VanEck.

Oct 15, 2018

PasturesJulie Becker of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange talks about the role the exchange provider plays in bringing together various players in sustainable finance, including through a ‘window’ for socially responsible investment (SRI) funds.

Oct 15, 2018

Virtual_realityCalls for environmental, social and governance criteria to be injected into smart beta portfolios have prompted a growing number of ESG factor-based indices. Lynn Strongin Dodds looks at their construction and hears how they generate enhanced returns and lower risk.

Oct 15, 2018

ArtisanCustodians are changing rapidly as technology opens up new avenues. More value-add and tailored solutions mean the industry looks less like the commodity it once did, finds Nicholas Pratt. Plus, the 2018 custody survey.

Oct 15, 2018

Didier KaylThere’s no excuse for delaying necessary structural changes, writes Fundsquare’s Didier Kayl.

Oct 15, 2018

ShellThe Funds Europe directory of custodians that took part in our survey - and the Q&As with executives - strongly reflect the high level of investment and time spent on technology projects.

Oct 15, 2018

SydneyAhead of the Sibos technology conference in Australia, we asked tech specialists for their thoughts on the asset management industry as it moves towards greater digitisation.

Oct 15, 2018

Geoff_CookWith the countdown to ‘Brexit Day’ well and truly on, there are some interesting narratives emerging within the European alternative funds industry.

Oct 11, 2018

emerging techAdoption of emerging technologies is low among institutional investors despite the belief among nearly three quarters of those surveyed that artificial intelligence (AI) and other forms will transform the industry by 2025.

Oct 11, 2018

US sell-offThe broad US sell-off that saw stocks tumble to an eight-month low this week “has likely caught no one by surprise”, Fidelity International has said.

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