Serge Krancenblum, group executive chairman of investor services firm IQ-EQ, sheds light on the convergence of family offices, private markets and asset management.
In the past, games were played with sticks and stones; today games have evolved to bits and bytes. Since icons like Atari introduced the first videogames, a multibillion industry has emerged.
For many investors, diversification is a characteristic near the top of their portfolio wishlist. And rightly so. Until recently, though, small-scale investors were limited in how they went about achieving it.
Having grown in popularity during a long bull market, most multi-asset strategies have yet to be fully tested. Baillie Gifford investment manager James Squires argues that could be about to change, and that it will be the well-diversified, flexible approaches that will be most valuable to investors.
Why Asian fixed income makes sense in the face of rising inequality. By Neal Capecci, CFA, Managing Director, Fixed Income – Portfolio Manager, Pan-Asia Bonds, Manulife investment Management.
A survey by Funds Europe and DataLend highlights the importance of independent securities lending data.