investment strategy

Jul 29, 2021

Stephen Jones AegonExtreme global market volatility is becoming a fact of life as investors are forced to make ever riskier choices, says Stephen Jones, CEO of Aegon Asset Management UK.

Jul 28, 2021

Keep_quietThe funds industry has remained tight-lipped on the EU’s regulatory review of alternative investment funds for fear of unnecessary change, reports Fiona Nicolson. however, others see an opportunity to bring alternative investments to a wider range of investors.

Jul 28, 2021

Sale_signAttracted by yield and diversification, retail investors may soon have more access to private assets, says Nick Fitzpatrick.

Jul 28, 2021

Man_with_broken_footInsurance companies are major investors in bonds – both by design and desire. Fiona Nicolson asks how insurers can find growth at a time when balance sheets have been hit by €60 billion in lost premiums.

Jul 28, 2021

Real_estateReal estate equities are in recovery. Despite ‘noise’ in the wider stock market, some property shares are back above pre-crisis levels, powered by demographic changes and currently boosted by inflation worries. Alex Rolandi reports.

Jul 28, 2021

US_Federal_ReserveManagers of US bond portfolios were among the most-searched firms as investors examined fixed income funds during May, writes Mithursha Kesavan.

Jul 27, 2021

SFDR funds, ESG, article 9Funds that meet the EU’s highest requirements on ESG disclosure could come to represent half of the region’s total assets under management (AUM) in just the next 12 months.

Jul 26, 2021

regulationAsset managers and other market participants are unlikely to see reduced market data costs in the EU under plans for a ‘consolidated tape’ – the digital, real-time publication of market data.

Jul 26, 2021

uk_dividendsUK dividends bounced back in the second quarter this year but were still a long way off from recovering to pre-pandemic levels, the latest data from Link Group shows.

Jul 22, 2021

net_zeroCarlota Garcia-Manas, head of engagement at Royal London Asset Management, argues that the race to transition to net zero is in danger of being nothing more than an end objective that could leave large parts of society in its wake. 

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