trading

Sep 01, 2011

Fish---blueTotal European net fund sales yo-yoed their way through the first six months of 2011, but ETFs enjoyed much steadier flows. Mark McFee asks if this shows that ETFs are set apart from the rest of the industry.


Sep 01, 2011

roundtable_410Custody leaders tell us what they think differentiates their firms from rivals, and talk about challenges facing them and their asset manager clients.

Sep 01, 2011

Robin-StrongAs it stands, multi-asset trading is rather like doing the Christmas shopping from several websites at once.


Sep 01, 2011

Ahead of Sibos, we asked a range of industry experts this question: Data volumes continue to explode. What do you think the fund management industry can do with so much data, and are systems up to the challenge of making sense of it?

Aug 31, 2011

upward_graph_410Turnover of European commodity exchange-traded products (ETPs) surged last week, with gold-related offerings leading the charge. A weekly trading report from Lyxor ETFs showed trading levels for commodity ETPs increased by 71.4% compared with the previous week.

Aug 22, 2011

Euro sign1The future of the euro hangs in the balance as seemingly contradictory comments from EU officials contribute to continued unease among investors in European markets.

Aug 15, 2011

Chinese lanternsTotal assets under management (AuM) of the Chinese mutual fund industry fell by 2.4% in Q2, following a drop of 4.3% in Q1.

Jul 22, 2011

Senior representatives from custody banks discuss the changes taking place around the pricing of custody and related services against a backdrop of increasing regulatory risk. They also consider the evolution of outsourcing and changes in OTC derivatives processing. Edited by Nick Fitzpatrick.

Jul 22, 2011

Outsource-ITAs investment managers face up to continuing operational costs, Nicholas Pratt looks at the reasons for outsourcing IT operations and the risks involved.


Jul 22, 2011

Aberdeen_logoCompanies in emerging markets are keen to borrow capital and while these economies continue to expand, investors are happy to supply it but, warns Esther Chan at Aberdeen Asset Management, they must do their homework.

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