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H20 Allegro negatively rated due to “poor stewardship”

Morningstar has downgraded H20 Asset Management’s Allegro strategy to negative over what it claims is poor stewardship and “rampant” risk-taking issues. Morningstar put the fund’s...

TRADING: trade optimists on regulatory change

Funds Europe talks to a selection of fund-manager dealing heads and finds that regulatory change, such as Mifid, has been largely successful RCM Allianz Global...

INDUSTRY HEALTH CHECK: prospects for recovery

We may be over the worst of the crisis, but profitability levels are a long way off their peak for most companies and the...

ASSET MANAGEMENT: forward planning

What does 2009 hold for asset managers? How will the crisis shape the industry? And how can retail investors be better served? Funds Europe...

RATINGS: in the unlikely event

Should investors be bothered that two of Europe’s biggest fund centres – Ireland and the UK – have had trouble with their debt ratings?...

AUSTRALIAN FUND MANAGEMENT: Wizards of Oz

Australia’s fund management industry is set to double in assets over the next decade and as many as four new managers a year could...

CUSTODY: flight to strength

Strong and stable custodians have benefited from the financial crisis as clients have sought a safe place for their assets. But it’s not just...

FUND SELECTION: fund research boutiques?

It seems easier to devise yet another way to rank and evaluate the paper trail that is past performance than providing a qualitative assessment....

CREDIT RESEARCH: What lies beneath

Paying for independent credit research has advantages when digging into company performance, say Julien Rerolle and Cédric Rimaud, of Spread Research. Corporate bond and fixed...

ASSET SERVICING: crisis forces change

The financial crisis is vexing asset servicers in Central and Eastern Europe, finds Fiona Rintoul. But there are other causes of change too... Europe is...

BRICS: Little trouble in big China

The largest and most important of the Bric economies, China has remained relatively resilient to the global economic meltdown. Jason M. Hepner, of Standard...

CORPORATE BONDS: what the eye doesn’t see

Corporate bonds may not be the most glamorous or high-profile of investments, but their issuance is currently reaching record levels. Nick Fitzpatrick finds that...

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