risk management

Jan 23, 2020

RiskLong-term mutual funds finished last year on a positive note as European investors remained on risk-on mode.

Jan 15, 2020

HK_protestorsAs protesters continue to take to the streets in many countries across the globe, one risk that is not being priced in is inequality, according to Gustavo Medeiros, a fixed income portfolio manager at emerging markets specialist Ashmore Group.

Jan 14, 2020

Trader_screensSwiss-based GAM is to consolidate its external front and middle office systems on to one platform leveraging SimCorp Dimension – one of the main risk and trading systems used in the funds industry.

Jan 08, 2020

Funds Europe speaks to RBC Investor and Treasury Services’ Pat Sanderson, Head of Global Client Coverage for the UK, and Roger Exall, Head, European FX Sales and TMS Business Development, about the importance of FX hedging and how the market for FX hedging solutions is evolving.

Dec 18, 2019

PetalsElizabeth Pfeuti finds certain investment factors could be boosted if ESG criteria were added to them – but that limiting stock selection by mixing ESG in with smart beta could heighten risks.

Dec 18, 2019

Emerging markets have underlying strengths and each country is developing in ways that investors are possibly unaware of. Our panel of specialists discusses risks and capital allocation, from Latin America to Asia.

Dec 18, 2019

ShipFunds Europe hosted BlackRock and MSCI in a webinar where we discussed how dividend investing can be managed through volatile markets.

Dec 17, 2019

Our New York panel of experts discusses risk, upside, trust in the global industry and the outlook for the years ahead.

Dec 17, 2019

Our line-up of experts looks at how the Asian asset management industry is faring compared to its global counterparts in terms of diversity, technology and the market risks that make managing a portfolio challenging right now. Chaired by Romil Patel in Hong Kong.

Dec 17, 2019

George_MuzinichGeorge Muzinich’s eponymous firm has stuck to fixed income for 31 years. Once “awed” by corporate bonds, the firm has since branched into less vanilla debt investment against a background of lower yields. Nick Fitzpatrick reports.

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