The voting results from fund selectors in Paris, in June 2013
Appetite for riskier emerging market stocks and bonds rose strongly during the past 12 months in Paris
Parisians add risk in low yield world
Single-country investing is best utilised as part of a broader portfolio. By Oliver Kettlewell, investment research analyst at Morningstar OBSR
As alternative beta products become available to smaller investors, what are the potential benefits and pitfalls of the approach? By Will Jackson
Investing in individual managers and giving them total freedom to add alpha is Tristan Delaunay’s firm belief.
Full voting results from this year’s Expert Investor Belgium event.
At an Amsterdam roundtable debate chaired by Expert Investor Europe editor Dylan Emery, four key Dutch pension scheme decision makers discussed their attitudes to currency risk, the growing pressures they face from politicians, and the proposed EU financial transaction tax
Stocks are on the menu in Brussels
Dutch fund selectors are living up to expectations. More than half of delegates surveyed at the Expert Investor Netherlands conference in September 2011, planned to increase their investment grade corporate bond allocations during the following 12 months – the strongest positive response on any mainstream asset class (see graph 1). In July, our researchers found […]