Matthias Hoppe, senior vice president and portfolio manager, Franklin Templeton Solutions comments on Risk Factor Investing. Since the financial crisis there has been a sea change in investors’ attitudes to their portfolios. These days, it seems to us, investors are not looking for portfolios to take a lot of risk to generate a high-digit positive return. Instead […]
Detlef Glow, Leiter der EMEA Research Abteilung bei der Thomson Reuters, analysiert den Trend zum Mischfond und was Anleger bei der Fondsauswahl beachten sollten. Gerade in der aktuellen Marktphase müssen sich Anleger mit der Frage des richtigen Zeitpunktes für Investition in die Kapitalmärkte beschäftigen. Neben den Schwankungen an den Aktienmärkten, üben die niedrigen Zinsen und […]
Growth, rates and volatility subdued;
watch for upside surprises as austerity fades, warns BlackRock Investment Institute’s 2014 Investment Outlook.
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.
Tom Brown, KPMG’s global head of investment management, and Charles Muller, partner at KPMG in Luxembourg,comment on firm’s optimism that the asset management industry can play its part in a more stable and robust financial system.
The Natixis 2013 Global Survey of Institutional Investors gives insights on
risk, investing and alternative strategies.
Russell Investments has launched Multi-Asset Growth Strategy in the Italian market, a fund to address retail investors’ need of sustainable revenue.
Carne Group has appointed Gerry Grimes and Albert Prendiville to its Irish governance team, to provide support to clients operating funds under the AIFM Directive.
Independent structuring specialist Alceda Fund Management has announced a partnership with ECPI Group to launch funds that match risk and return characteristics of the EGME Index.
Even if eurozone policy makers have recently outlined initiatives to facilitating a greater Economic and Monetary Union and to avoid the high economic and political costs of a eurozone break up, political and execution risk remain high, warned today Fitch Ratings.
Portfolio managers tend to agree. Unlike Spain, Italy runs a primary budget surplus, its banks are healthier, and its industrial sector relies on successful small and medium sized companies managed by talented entrepreneurs.
Europe’s financial crisis has opened up opportunities in the equities and bond markets but these are undermined by growing short-term pressures from investors worried about the safety of their investments, according to Paulo Gonçalves, coordinator asset management at Banco Popular in Lisbon.