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Navigating the liquidity landscape: Mifid II, dark trading and true institutional wholesale markets

By: Mark Pumfrey | 08 Jan 2018

Trade execution has a direct impact on the performance and profitability of a fund: every cent given away in a risk position fundamentally undermines the overall performance…

New Year resolutions for the European mutual funds industry

By: Detlef Glow | 08 Jan 2018

Finally, the year 2018 has begun and the European mutual fund industry now faces the start of the MiFID II regulation. This new regulation puts a lot…

2018 Outlook: ECB will remain big corporate bond buyer despite tapering

By: Jorgen Kjaersgaard | 03 Jan 2018

Jorgen Kjaersgaard (pictured) is head of Global Credit at AllianceBernstein. As the European Central Bank (ECB) tapers its quantitative easing (QE) programme from €60bn to €30bn a…

Europe: Finding its groove in 2018

By: Franz Weis | 03 Jan 2018

“As evidenced by a massive trade account surplus of 4.5% of GDP, which is twice as high as in previous decades, Europe has gone through a period…

Bond funds dominate European fund flows at year end

By: Detlef Glow | 02 Jan 2018

November was the eleventh consecutive month showing a positive picture for long-term mutual funds. European fund promoters enjoyed net inflows into bond funds (+€18.0 bn), followed by…

2018 outlook from Monaco fund selectors

By: Thierry Crovetto, Pierre-Yves Dittlot | 02 Jan 2018

Thierry Crovetto and Pierre-Yves Dittlot are co-founders, chief executive officer and chief investment officer of Monaco-based TC Stratégie Financière respectively. They unveil their 2018 fund and asset…

Emerging markets experts’ outlook for 2018

By: BlueBay Emerging Market Debt Team | 29 Dec 2017

Between 2009 and 2016 global growth was subject to headwinds caused by bank deleveraging, fiscal tightening, a sovereign credit crisis in Europe and a collapse in commodity…

2018 Global Outlook: the Cycle extends

By: Samy Chaar | 28 Dec 2017

After a year of strong economic and financial market performance, with volatility printing historical lows and asset valuations looking increasingly rich, investors are naturally questioning the sustainability…

2018 Outlook – The merits of active management

By: GAM’s Investment Experts | 27 Dec 2017

GAM’s investment experts share insights on how active management adds value in their specialist fields. The big picture – Active vs. passive? – Larry Hatheway, group head…

“2018 offers investors optimism, but they need to be cautious”

By: Nigel Green | 26 Dec 2017

Faster global GDP growth, continuing loose global monetary policies, and U.S. tax cuts will help make 2018 a profitable year for investors.  But there are also some important headwinds…

The market implications of US tax reform a bit unclear

By: Edward D. Perks | 22 Dec 2017

Efforts to overhaul the US tax code have been a long time in coming (more than three decades), but this year it finally came to fruition. Congressional…

Rise to the occasion

By: Johan Van Der Lugt | 22 Dec 2017

ESG performance and its impact on market valuations has been the subject of a vast number of studies for the past decade. This prompted a 2015 review…

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