Magazine Issues»November 2009

Senior executives at Martin Currie expect 2009 to be a profitable year for the firm. Fiona Rintoul finds the Scottish fund manager cut bonuses to help control costs...

The Uctis IV regulations will lead fund managers and service providers to create ‘mega’ structures as products consolidate, says Michael Ferguson, of Ernst & Young.

Managed pension funds in Ireland have posted seven months of successive growth. Nicholas Pratt is in Dublin to ask if this signals the start of a recovery, or if it is a cause for further concern.

Matteo Perruccio (pictured) believes pension schemes will support the hedge fund of funds model. But the CEO of Hermes BPK Partners warns that another asset bubble could reveal how short-sighted some funds are, finds Nick Fitzpatrick

In Sweden, retail investors moved massively out of equity funds all of last year and have moved massively into equity funds (preferably emerging markets) all of this year. Niklas Tell comments...

The crisis has made defined benefit pension schemes even less viable than they were. Angele Spiteri Paris talks to fund managers and consultants to see what's being done to make the alternative, defined contribution schemes, more attractive.

Australia’s fund management industry is set to double in assets over the next decade and as many as four new managers a year could launch businesses. Angele Spiteri Paris asks experienced firms about the best business model