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Investing in Small and Mid Caps

Small & Mid-Cap Equities: Smaller companies in a changing world

February 2017 (Magazine)By

Daniel Ben-Ami looks at how smaller companies are adapting to the economic and political landscape 

US: Policy unleashes animal spirits

February 2017 (Magazine)By Christopher O’Dea

The performance of US small and medium-sized companies has been boosted by an expectation of lower taxes and lighter regulation under President Trump

Smaller companies: The lifeblood of Europe

February 2017 (Magazine)By

Smaller companies are crucial to the success of the European economy. However, the way they are nurtured by investors and governments varies dramatically

UK firms vulnerable to slowdown

February 2017 (Magazine)By

Joseph Mariathasan finds that the UK economy has fared quite well since the Brexit vote, but smaller companies are vulnerable to any potential domestic slowdown

Adapting to a new landscape

February 2017 (Magazine)

Successful investing in the UK’s smaller businesses requires adopting attitudes and techniques similar to those in private equity investing, according to Tony Dalwood

PureGroup: Sensitivity of selected funds to macro factors

February 2017 (Magazine)

Data shows the sensitivity of the five largest US small and mid-cap equity funds and the five largest European small and mid-cap equity funds to changes in macroeconomic factors

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Small & Mid-Cap Equities: Digging for victory

February 2016 (Magazine)By

Successfully investing in small and medium-sized companies involves getting to know the intricacies of how relatively simple businesses work

US small & mid-caps: In the land of the brave

February 2016 (Magazine)By

Led by technology and healthcare, the US small-cap sector is the most dynamic in the world but some companies are becoming overvalued 

Mid-caps: Time to take the middle road

February 2016 (Magazine)By Anthony Harrington

Offering better outperformance than large-caps and more robust than small-caps, mid-caps are particularly attractive

Small and mid-caps and corporate governance: Battle for a common ground

February 2016 (Magazine)By

We map the obstacles in the way of a unified approach to corporate governance in a Europe characterised by a north/south divide in small and mid-caps

The case for listed small-caps

February 2016 (Magazine)By

The liisted small-cap and mid-cap market could be a better place for investors to start when considering a move into private equity

All Investing in Small and Mid Caps

Accountancy

‘Toothless’ accounting watchdog to face wide-ranging governance probe

Wed, 18 Apr 2018By

Former Legal & General chairman Sir John Kingman will lead review of FRC’s governance, conflicts of interest and accountability

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Tesco halves pension deficit through accounting change

Thu, 12 Apr 2018By Hugo Greenhalgh

£3bn wiped off DB scheme shortfall after an update to its discount rate model

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Accounting roundup: IFRS questions EU plans to modify rules

Fri, 6 Apr 2018By

Plus: IASB framework reintroduces prudence; FRC hits back at criticism

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The right balance

April 2018 (magazine)By

In a world that has demanded greater levels of robustness of financial institutions since the financial crisis, regulators are also faced with how to calibrate the funding requirements of pension funds

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Ireland: The risk of promising too much on reform

April 2018 (magazine)

Ireland must be careful of overpromising when it comes to what its reforms can achieve, or it will lose a golden opportunity to boost public trust in the pension system

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On the record: Do you believe in factors?

April 2018 (magazine)By

Sparinstitutens Pensionskassa (SPK), KBC Pensioenfonds, Migros Pensionskasse

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How we run our money: CEPB

April 2018 (magazine)By

Pierre Jameson, pictured, CIO of the Church of England Pensions Board, talks to Carlo Svaluto Moreolo about the fund’s active and global investment strategy

Strategically speaking: Redington

April 2018 (magazine)By

When they started out in 2006, Redington’s founders claimed they wanted to “do for pensions what Jamie Oliver has done for school lunches”, referring to the popular British TV chef

On the Record: How do you invest in emerging markets?

March 2018 (magazine)By

Three instutional investors – Louvre Endowment Fund, Elo & Amonis – share their views on emerging markets investing 

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How we run our money: MP Pension

March 2018 (magazine)By

Anders Schelde, the new CIO of MP Pension, tells Rachel Fixsen how the pension fund has progressed since striking out on its own in 2015

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