Having high experience in the active management of investment funds does not guarantee better yields. This is the main conclusion of the study ‘The performance of long-serving fund managers’, promoted by Banco Inversis and supervised by the IAB (International Advisory Board), together with the faculty of Finance of the Cass Business School in London, which […]
Asset managers from The Group of Boutique Asset Managers (GBAM) and leading academics addressed the ‘fallacies’ behind many company valuation methodologies, including smart beta and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) screening, at their recent workshop in Siena University. In a gathering of academics and value managers chaired by Jose Luis Jimenez (pictured), head of Asset Management […]
Research released from Alquity and Cass Business School has found a link between ESG disclosure and business performance. The analysis of over 4,400 listed companies over the period 2011-2015, revealed that companies with strong and improving ESG disclosure in emerging markets realised an annual return of 9.4%, against the benchmark performance of 5.4%. The research […]
Professor Andrew Clare of Cass Business School presents his research on the impact of a risk parity approach on a multi-asset class portfolio.
A new study published by BNY Mellon in association with Cass Consulting at Cass Business School, part of City University London, lays out a framework to help trustees to better navigate the complexities of today’s risk-focused world.
Asset manager Unigestion is creating a link to London based Cass Business School’s Centre for Asset Management Research, to explore ideas leading to new investment management techniques.
London-based Threadneedle Investments has teamed up with Cass Business School and Singapore’s Management University to back a £12,000 Investment Award, alongside an internship, for an outstanding essay on economic dilemmas faced around the world.
London’s Cass Business School is to target European expansion for its Cass Consulting research business.
Research published by Cass Business School in London suggests that investing in momentum trading strategies for currency can yield 10% annually.
Mutual funds, banks and insurance companies are no better at picking stocks and timing the market in their respective fields than they are in industries outside the financial sector, according to new research.
Ian Marsh, professor of Finance at Cass Business School in London, has warned that the EU agreement to ban trading in naked sovereign credit default swaps creates other problems for the market.