The Schroders Institutional Investor Study has revealed that investors want a better understanding of sustainability terminology so as to avoid “greenwashers”.
Funds Europe talks to Clive Short, senior commercial director – fund services and James Morris, senior commercial director at TMF Group, about opportunities in 2021.
FundTech talks to Amundi Services’ Romain Sauvage and Gianluca Minieri about an increased demand for outsourced dealing among fund managers, driven by rising technology costs and the impact of Covid-19.
The role of fixed income in multi-asset portfolios is evolving with the unprecedented levels of market volatility we have seen this year, and it is hard to think of a better time to rethink fixed income.
New investment opportunities in emerging markets (EM) are resulting from the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on consumer behavior. By Patricia Ribiero, Senior Portfolio Manager, and Nathan Chaudoin, Senior Client Portfolio Manager, Emerging Markets Equity, American Century Investments.
In July this year, just as we thought we had a moment of summer calm in the craziness 2020 has brought us, Funds Europe published a report in association with Jersey Finance looking at the state of play in the alternative funds space.
Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) have helped revolutionise industries ranging from travel to hospitality. Toby Glaysher, Head of Global Fund Services, International at Northern Trust, outlines how they will play a similarly pivotal role in the digitalisation of asset management – encouraging collaboration to support enhanced efficiency, flexibility and creativity.
Environmental, social and governance investment issues are more important to investors than ever. Schroders’ Head of Sustainability Strategy, Hannah Simons, explains the evolution of the company’s approach and how it is using technology to provide transparency around the impact of investments across its entire range of products and solutions.
Impact investing is a small but rapidly growing subset of the ESG universe. Although there are many different definitions of impact investing, at American Century Investments, we believe it starts with a company’s culture and investment philosophy.
Private funds and ESG have long been considered by some as incongruous, if not outright incompatible. However, under growing pressure from institutional investors and regulators, and as evidence for the link between financial performance and ESG factors grows, private markets are taking notice.