Emerging market equities have enjoyed a good year so far but are investors too late to enter the market?
The countries covered by the term emerging markets today have such diverse economies that the label could be misleading for investors
Structural changes could make it worth considering an allocation to Indian equities
Despite the volatility currently affecting emerging market equities at the moment, emerging markets have suffered periods of volatility in the past followed by rapid recoveries.
Joseph Mariathasan finds ‘emerging markets’ to be a legacy concept that has become increasingly blurred and illogical
APK Pensionskasse, APG Asset Management and Sampension Denmark share their views on hiring and keeping the best investment professionals
Olivier Rousseau, member of the executive board of Fonds de Réserve pour les Retraites, talks about regulation, ESG and his vision for the markets
Investment professionals are fond of talking about the power of compound interest but many fail to fully appreciate its implications for Asia
Solidarietà Veneto, Pensioenfonds TNO and Nationwide Pension Fund share details about their equity exposure
Joachim Schwind and Andreas Hilka, veterans of the German pension industry, tell Carlo Svaluto Moreolo how the country’s pension reform will change pension fund management
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Freedom of Information request reveals wide-ranging concerns about how new standard was finalised
Anonymous complaint alleged that standard-setter had made changes without going through formal processes
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Investment committees have been pleasantly surprised by a fairly benign asset growth period from the Trump election onwards
Everyone is, at least to some extent, a product of their past. It is hard to break from the habits picked up over our lifetimes