only are high-frequency traders not trading as fast as expected, they only
impact a fraction of the market, according to Abel/Noser.
Short-term uncertainties in the commodity markets have led fund managers to build up some dry powder.
investors are bullish on alternatives and say they would boost their
allocations to hedge funds and private equity in 2015, according to a large survey.
A UK consultant asks whether it is time to reassess how we label investments.
Some £10 billion in public money could be pooled in a push against the UK’s government’s move towards passive investment.
$630 million fund is set to close following chronic underperformance.
A credit ratings agency has warned bond funds to hold more cash, despite the negative effect this could have on returns.
Expect further divergence between developed economies and major (but risky) upside potential from emerging markets, the investment banking titan says.
If pensions aren’t investing for the long term, it might not be their fault, a survey has found.
European pension funds have adapted their models post-crisis, research finds—and warns consultants and asset managers to pay attention.