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Mar 06, 2013

RiskWith the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive to be implemented this July, the Funds Europe survey of some of the leading providers in third-party risk management services has a focus on alternative investments.

Mar 06, 2013

BankThe absence of federalism in the eurozone is hindering its post-crisis recovery. Patrick Artus, of Natixis, compares the economic policies of the US and the eurozone, to see why America is now in a favourable economic position.

Mar 04, 2013

University lectureThe need for liability management with reduced volatility has seen the University of London invest in a risk parity strategy with First Quadrant.

Feb 20, 2013

Thumbs up hopeInvestment managers are positive about equity returns for 2013 and expect institutional investors to either modestly increase risk or keep portfolio risk at the same level.

Feb 14, 2013

Real estate2Psigma Investment Management, a UK-based fund manager with £1.35 billion (€1.57 billion) of assets under management, is investing in residential mortgage-backed securities and seeking a yield of at least 8%.

Jan 21, 2013

Keith SkeochThe 'new return environment' will probably emerge this year, says the chief executive of Standard Life Investments, but investors should take a 10-year view.

Jan 17, 2013

UK high streetAs UK music and film retailer HMV calls in administrators, investors should think again about how they gain exposure to the British retail market, writes George Mitton.

Jan 14, 2013

Real estate2Aberdeen Asset Management has appointed a former Schroders property fund manager, Dimme Lucassen, to its property multi-manager team.

Dec 18, 2012

WindmillCompetition between fund domiciles is intensifying as the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive approaches and hedge fund administrators are upping their game. The Netherlands has emerged as a challenger for alternative investment business, writes Stefanie Eschenbacher.

Dec 18, 2012

YachtBonus practice for alternative fund managers are likely to change forever under new regulations, say Nick Robertson and Claire Holland at Mayer Brown.

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