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    UK’s most common fee structure benefits managers not investors

    The most commonly used fee structure in the UK may benefit fund managers, but it is the least appropriate from the

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    Abe’s actions win support for Japanese equities

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    Edmond de Rothschild Group appoints head of sovereign funds

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    Hedge funds see three-month losing streak

    October became the third consecutive month of losses on an asset-weighted basis for hedge funds globally – a pattern not seen since the 2008 financial crisis.

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  • ETFs

    WisdomTree launches emerging markets ETFs

    WisdomTree, a New York-based exchange-traded fund (ETF) provider, has listed two more products in London, bringing its total to six listed on the London Stock Exchange in the past four weeks.

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TECHNOLOGY: OMG! What’s happened to the OMS!

Changes in technology, investment strategy and the regulatory environment have all conspired to alter managers’ IT infrastructure. Nicholas Pratt looks at how these changes have affected vendors of order management systems.... View Full Story
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EDHEC: Guarding against data mining

As factor-based investing gains ground, the Edhec-Risk Institute says investors need to be wary of influences, such as data mining, that can thwart efficacy of a factor... View Full Story
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FUND ADMINISTRATION: The negotiation game

With data forming a greater part of a fund administrator’s service, the relationship they have with their data vendors will be of increasing importance to their clients, discovers Nicholas Pratt... View Full Story
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OPINION: Nothing’s as certain as uncertainty

On November 9 it will be 25 years since the Berlin Wall fell. The Wall’s collapse was preceded by a couple of months of popular unrest in East Germany... View Full Story
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FRENCH ASSET MANAGEMENT: Facing the French

French asset management chief executives have little choice but to be stoic in the face of perhaps one of the toughest domestic markets in the world. The US and Asia are sources of relief, finds George Mitton.... View Full Story
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AIFMD: Work still in progress

Real estate funds find they are still walking through a building site when it comes to the AIFMD environment, finds Alix Robertso... View Full Story
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