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In this paper BNY Mellon are offering insight into fund purchase decisions taken by investors in key cross-border fund markets in Asia.
Understanding Big Data: Is this the next challenge and opportunity for the Investment Management industry?
The twin regulatory requirements of greater transparency and asset segregation create tough challenges for distributors, fund managers and their asset servicers. A processing model based on a single omnibus account is looking less and less suitable.
In the aftermath of the financial crisis, largely expansive monetary policies and unprecedented quantitative easing experiments by the major Central Banks have created a very different investment environment, characterized by low nominal rates and negative real rates. Read more in this white paper.
The ‘rise of liquid alternatives’ is taking place in both the US and the European retail markets, and has garnered a vast amount of attention by industry participants today. These vehicles have doubled in assets in just a three year period, and currently total 1/3 of a trillion dollars.
Discover more with the white paper written by Citi’s Business Advisory Services Team that provides commentary on the current status of liquid alternatives.
Frontier market debt is often associated with relatively higher return prospects compared to the wider bond universe.
In this white paper Aberdeen outlines why frontier market bonds are so attractive.
Despite periods of volatility, Emerging Markets have shown resilience to turbulence and should continue to offer selective investors a real opportunity.
Logic might suggest that all ETFs replicating the same market index are themselves the same. And yet, you do not have to be an experienced ETF investor to know that this is clearly a misconception. In practice, performance can vary. It is necessary to know which objective criteria to use when selecting an ETF.
For global asset managers, choosing the right fund domicile is a key strategic decision. Whether seeking to establish UCITS or alternative investment funds or both, how do asset managers evaluate the best domicile for their needs among the various European financial centres available? And what are the key decision‑making criteria that influence their preference?