trading

Mar 16, 2011

Falling_into_lineThe growth of alternative Ucits funds has thrust some asset managers into an unfamiliar world of compulsory checks and limits. Nicholas Pratt looks at how compliance management systems are helping them meet regulatory requirements

Feb 23, 2011

hand_button_410Fund flows into fixed income have grown markedly in the past two years. Nicholas Pratt examines whether this growth will spark a similar resurgence in trading technology

Feb 23, 2011

Paul_Keltie"There has been a lot of talk in the industry about fairer compensation for work done, but the securities services industry does not have a strong track record in sticking to a transparent pricing model." Paul Keltie of HSBC comments

Feb 23, 2011

tornado_410Samuel Sender, of Edhec-Risk Institute, looks at the issue of eligible assets in Ucits funds and the problems of misselling

Feb 21, 2011

thunbs_up_down_410The price-to-earnings valuation of wealth manager IFG was found to be under half the level of its peers, and Hargreaves Lansdown was revealed to have one of the highest valuations...

Feb 07, 2011

gold-bars1As investors look to use gold as a hedge against inflation, JP Morgan has been the first tri-party collateral manager to accept physical gold as collateral to satisfy securities lending and repo obligations with counterparties.

Jan 31, 2011

ETFsHSBC has launched the HSBC MSCI China ETF in Europe with a 'highly competitive' total expense ratio of 0.60%.

Jan 17, 2011

market_index_410Markit, a data provider, has launched a new range of emerging market debt benchmarks and indices in response to increased investor interest in the space.

Jan 05, 2011

pie_charts_410The final article in the ETF series considers trading and future developments. Written by Felix Goltz and Lin Tang, of Edhec, the article is based on research carried out as part of the Core-Satellite and ETF Investment research chair sponsored by Amundi ETF

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

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