UK master looks for active manager as part of expansion into single-asset mandates
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Assets managed by the leading global asset managers increased by nearly 12% over the course of last year, according to the 2016 IPE Top 400 Asset Managers survey. This is less than the 17.8% increase recorded over the course of 2014, although higher than 2013’s 8.9% increase.
Asset managers face an existential crisis as they confront the end of a six-year rise in asset prices. What does the future hold for the industry? Christopher O’Dea investigates
The new world of ultra-low interest rates could be here to stay, so investors need to change the way they think about investing. Tapan Datta explains
Asset managers can no longer rely on central banks to shore-up the markets, according to Amin Rajan and Pascal Blanqué
The boom in China’s asset management industry should create opportunities for overseas investors, says Qin Xu
Regulators have turned their attention to addressing the European asset management industry’s handling of liquidity risk, writes Federico Cupelli
Multi-asset strategies have many diversification benefits for investors in today’s challenging environment, according to Phil Edwards and Ben Lewis
JR Lowry believes that digitisation, de-risking, disintermediation and democratisation are transforming the asset management industry