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Investment Strategy

Confluence | Mar 28, 2018

Learn how Data and Technology Innovation are transforming the Asset Management back office.

La Française IS | Oct 5, 2017

Overcoming the diversification challenge. 10 rules for constructing a robust premia portfolio with stable performance.

Driving risk adjusted return on capital

FIS Global | Sep 25, 2017

Can Investment Managers and Actuarial Teams Connect to Drive Growth?

Explore the benefits of a connected and mutual approach to insurance liabilities to drive better outcomes in terms of returns on capital allocated.

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Funds Europe | Jul 20, 2017

Flexible, transparent and with low fees, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have a broad appeal. But there are challenges involved with this kind of fund, which is why Funds Europe, in association with Clearstream, chose the subject for the second in a series of research reports, ‘What’s next for funds’, about the future of the funds industry.

Northern Trust | Mar 31, 2017

Strategies to balance security, liquidity, efficiency, yield and cost in a challenging market environment.

BNY Mellon | Jan 20, 2017

In this report, BNY Mellon looks at the challenges and opportunities for investors and managers, focusing in particular on the operational requirements that underpin successful business models.

BNY Mellon | Dec 7, 2016

This white paper explores a range of innovative solutions that can help financial institutions and institutional investors meet today’s collateral challenges.

Pioneer Investments | Dec 2, 2016

How our multi-asset investment process seeks effective diversification by diversifying risk across several low correlated strategies.

Confluence | Nov 10, 2016

This white paper explores how RegTech and the Cloud can support a compliance team to create a more efficient way of working.

Eaton Vance | Oct 26, 2016

■ Yield curve changes are being driven by unconventional policies and technical factors, which make the moves harder to interpret.
■ Curve flattening in 2016 has resulted from changes to money market rules at the short end and central bank purchases at the long end.
■ Banks, municipalities and other borrowers are beginning to feel the pinch from rising Libor rates.
■ Fundamentals remain the most important consideration for bond investors and the most valuable guide for pursuing medium- to longer-term goals.

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