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In the final article on a new report, Pascal Blanqué and Amin Rajan conclude that liquidity management has become vital as quantitative easing reaches a point of diminishing returns
In the first of two articles on a new survey of pension plans, Pascal Blanqué and Amin Rajan find that unconventional monetary policy has taken a toll on pension funds
In the second of three articles on a new survey, Pascal Blanque and Amin Rajan argue that pension investors are adapting to challenges that go beyond the realms of a maturing business cycle
Cyclical recovery or secular healing? That is the big question behind the European Union’s economic bounce after its ‘lost decade’ – the toughest period since the founding of its predecessor, the European Economic Community, in 1957.
Like digital brands, passive products will continue to benefit from the network effect, in which a product or service is perceived as more worthwhile the more people use it. The classic example is the telephone: a growing user base enhances the value to each subscriber.
This concluding article on a new survey argues that pragmatism dominates asset allocation
In the first of a series of articles, Pascal Blanqué and Amin Rajan argue that Britain’s vote to exit the EU will hit asset valuations, mainly via political contagion rather than corporate profits
Without behavioural change, recent adaptations in the governance practices of European pension plans merely amount to re-spraying an old car when an entirely new model is needed, according to Sally Bridgeland and Amin Rajan
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Asset managers can no longer rely on central banks to shore-up the markets, according to Amin Rajan and Pascal Blanqué