In fixed income, no-one has ever really known how the research impacts on investment costs
We at Wasserdicht like to think that our company has a positive impact around the world as a pump and flood protection equipment multinational
‘Administration!’ declares Geert, our head of investment research one morning. ‘Not a sexy subject.’
As our co-investment partners PensionKøbenhavn found recently, unexpected risks can turn round and bite you
In common with many others, Wasserdicht’s international pension plans have dispensed with most of their traditional active equity allocations over the years
As an investment professional I am used to traditional risk categories like equities, interest rates, inflation and the like. Now it seems we will have to add information security risk to that list
We Dutch are well known for keeping an eye on the price of things and for our frugal approach to life. Increasingly, this applies to pension funds
Dmytro Sheludchenko of Sweden’s AP1 buffer fund explains how it constructs and manages its factor-investing portfolios
Christian Böhm, CEO of Austria’s APK Pensionskasse, talks about the organisation’s blend of dynamic and long-term investment strategy
The growth of non-bank lending in Europe is often mentioned as a trend that could radically transform the European economy. This remains to be seen, but if banks gradually give some of their dominance in the lending market, then firms such as Cheyne Capital Management stand to benefit.
We asked European pension funds whether they see value in investing in UK assets. Despite the uncertainty regarding Brexit, most still see opportunities in the long term
Paul Droop (pictured), CIO of the Bank of Ireland’s staff pension scheme, tells Carlo Svaluto Moreolo about his approach to building a shockproof portfolio
This year is a milestone for Neuberger Berman. It marks the 10th anniversary of the re-emergence of the firm as an independent, employee-owned in-vestment manager, as well as the 80th anniversary of its founding
We asked two European pension funds about their attitude to asset management fees and costs
Ivonne Forno (pictured), the CEO of Laborfonds, the Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol regional pension fund, talks to Carlo Svaluto Moreolo shortly after the fund’s 20th birthday
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Emerging markets have failed to increase their share of global investible market capitalisation since 2007
Active management versus passive index tracking remains one of the most hotly contested questions in the world of investment management.
Chinese tech firms offer exposure to rapidly expanding domestic markets
It is human nature to reduce the complexity of reality to simple rules, simple foci and simple decision points. In this, Brexit is no different