Selectors retain faith in absolute return despite losses
Appetite for absolute return strategies still high despite underperformance but Gam fiasco may test investors’ patience
Most selectors willing to take performance hit for ESG
More than two thirds of European fund selectors are willing to suffer one year or more of underperformance in an environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategy, according to our research.
Lack of EU unity ‘drags on European equities appeal’
In response to the eurozone’s first quarter drop in growth and the European Union’s discord over how to handle migration a German fund selector has reduced European equity fund allocations.
Long-term investment horizon key to reaping biotech returns
The biotech sector is going through a renaissance as innovation takes off according to one successful fund manager, but data shows that performance over the last three years has been far less than stellar.