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Standard Life Investments has launched an international version of its suite of multi-asset funds known as MyFolio, which will be initially available to advisers and their clients in Germany.
Interest rate volatility has spiked and investors are urged to stay away from bonds with long maturities, especially in developed markets, according to Allianz Global Investors' chief investment officer, Malie Conway.
After a year of political surprises, and more bumps in the road to come, Investec Wealth & Investment’s Chris Hill is gearing up his portfolios to take advantage of the inevitable market wobbles.
Axa Investment Managers has launched a Luxembourg-domiciled global fund focussing on robotics and automation systems, following an active, unconstrained, multi-cap, strategy.
Asia Pacific ex-Japan ETF/ETP assets hit a record high of $135bn (£110bn, €127bn) in 2016, but still only account for 4% of the industry's global assets, according to ETFGI.
The asset management industry is facing an innovation dilemma as it struggles to free itself from encumbered business models and embrace industrialisation, says Matthew Lamb, chief executive of Pacific Asset Management.
Key financial illustrations (KFIs) that are intended to help people compare pension and investment product charges in the UK are not fit for purpose and are “the worst possible example of information overload”, says AJ Bell marketing director Billy Mackay.
Value stocks were the stellar performers in all equity markets in 2016. The three factors that had shown most outperformance in recent years, however, disappointed investors last year.
Investors in the doomed Guernsey-based Providence Investment Funds have been told it is “highly unlikely” they will receive any money back, as a campaign group is set up on their behalf to target an FCA-regulated firm it claims is behind the funds’ promotion.
Switzerland's Banque Syz has closed its asset management unit in Hong Kong to focus on European markets in the latest step towards consolidation in Asia's wealth management industry.
Discretionary fund manager Man GLG, part of investment management giant Man Group, has launched a pan-European Ucits fund for investors across Europe which will offer exposure to the region’s strongest companies.
Asset managers see global economic growth accelerating this year, extending an eight-year equity bull market beyond 2017. Fund buyers, however, are a little more guarded.
November’s surprise ban of large currency bills in India is one of the greatest single-country risks in emerging markets, Mark Mobius, executive chairman of the Templeton emerging markets group, told our sister publication Fund Selector Asia.
Swiss-based asset manager GAM has launched a Dublin-domiciled Ucits version of its CCP Core Macro fund, targeting strong systematic macro returns with annualised volatility of 10%.
Blue chip stocks in Hong Kong look attractive as the MSCI moves toward a decision on including China in its emerging market indices later this year, according to fund managers.
The Irish unit of Malaysia-headquartered CIMB-Principal Islamic Asset Management has launched its first global sukuk Ucits fund.
European investors sold off all types of bonds and bought US equities in November as bond yields and inflation expectations surged. Has the great rotation now finally started?
Upward revisions of corporate earnings and attractive valuations should buoy emerging market equities, according to Eastspring Investments and Schroder Investment Management.
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