Netherlands’ largest provider expected to make first profit in nearly a decade after ditching industry-wide schemes
Six benchmarks cover 25 funds and $110bn in assets
FTSE250 companies the focus of dissent over executive pay
Sentiment changed to positive outlook on Japanese equities for first time in several months
JP Morgan to absorb external research costs under MiFID II
New entity will create one of the world’s largest fund groups
Decision comes after Tier 3 investors either improved reporting or quit the code
Investors still concerned about large gap between company executives and rest of UK workforce
Regulatory framework for new pension fund vehicles is emerging; Natixis to appeal €35m fine
Cuan Coulter to transition to head of EMEA over the summer; Rory Tobin to become chairman
Global equity portfolio based on indices designed by EDHEC Risk Institute’s Scientific Beta
The cosy old world of asset management seems already seems like a different era. One day, CEOs will probably tell their grandchildren about the bygone days of fat margins, soft dollars and dubious intermediary arrangements
Data is transforming asset management. Are humans a weak link or an indispensable component?
Familiar set-ups in asset management are becoming obsolete in the face of Darwinian forces
Can markets offer investors better price discovery for a lower spread?
Pension funds are consolidating. What are the consequences for investment managers?
Asset managers must put client interests first as Brexit negotiations draw near
Registered users are entitled to the first digital issue of IPE with the compliments of the IPE.com team.