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Apr 06, 2010

sal_oppenheim“There is nothing wrong with change if it is in the right direction,” Winston Churchill, once said. For the German private bank Sal. Oppenheim, however, change seems to have been going in rather the wrong direction lately, as it awaits the finalisation of its acquisition by Deutsche Bank.

Apr 06, 2010

swedenWe’ve all heard it a million times – demographic changes threaten the comfortable retirement we, as a society, have become used to in Europe – but it’s questionable whether the message has really got through. It seems it’s time it did. A new report released today by Allianz SE shows that an important tipping point has been reached in the EU: in 2010 for the first time ever the number of people approaching or entering retirement has surpassed new entrants to the job...

Apr 06, 2010

Barings Asset Management has become the latest fund management company to identify significant investment potential in North Africa and the Middle East. “In Barings’ view, the Middle East and North Africa offer among the best investment opportunities worldwide,” the company said as it launched the Baring MENA fund, a Dublin-domiciled OEIC that targets “growth at a reasonable price”.

Mar 25, 2010

carrel-billiard_100x130Norwegian sovereign wealth fund speaks of future plans

Mar 25, 2010

de_franssuDe Franssu feels industry would need the support of national governments or Europe to introduce educational programmes...

Jan 20, 2010

What goes around comes around. There’s nothing new under the sun. These and other well worn clichés spring to mind in the face of latest data from INREV, the European Association for Investors in Non-listed Real Estate vehicles, which show investors returning to core property investments after a spell chasing opportunities in 2009.

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