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Tag: Investment Management
Investment firm takes fund manager battle to Luxembourg court
Sicav manager looks to unravel mystery of high redemptions before Columna Fund was suspended
Aberdeen Standard Investments to set up Dublin hub
Global asset manager Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI) is to establish an investment and distribution business in Ireland to complement its existing Luxembourg operation and shore up its European offering ahead of Brexit.
Strong EM passive fund inflows pressure active fees
As the number of passive products in the emerging markets space increases, active fund managers need to outperform to justify their fees, argues a report by Cerulli Associates.
Economics of ESG investing driving demand in Europe
A growing number of institutional investors in Europe are embedding ESG analysis in their investment processes in response to regulatory pressure, consumer demand and a rising appetite for new sources of investment signals.
Wealth managers dismiss ‘little local’ UK election
Wealth managers have dismissed the suggestion that the “little local issue” of Thursday’s UK general election will lead to any sweeping portfolio changes in the aftermath of the results.
Getting sick of Varoufakis – Grexit tops agenda at Expert Investor Portugal
Close to half of the audience of fund selectors assembled in Lisbon believed financial markets underestimate the risk of Greece leaving the eurozone (though at the same time only a quarter thought a Grexit would actually happen. “If some complacency has come into the market we are probably guilty of it as well,” admitted Richard […]