Although relatively new, impact investing is still the term that has been around the longest to describe investing with the explicit purpose of achieving positive non-financial impacts in addition to financial gain
Christopher O’Dea finds defined contribution pension sponsors are increasingly looking for more flexibility in target-date funds to cope with changing worker demographics
It is important to have realistic expectations about what factor investment can deliver
Everyone seems to want to talk about investing for impact these days. But a lack of a common understanding can make this difficult, according to Susanna Rust
Available figures suggest China’s enormous pension market could mean huge potential opportunities for insurers and asset managers, writes Florence Chong
Daniel Ben-Ami examines a key question that is too often neglected: why does factor investing work?
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Lynn Strongin Dodds sees signs pointing to a continuing rise in factor-based investing
Christopher O’Dea speaks to the McKnight Foundation of Minnesota about its $200m commitment to impact investment strategies
David Turner finds elements of factor investing that could make the strategy ideal for emerging markets
New indices and ETFs apply impact investment to liquid equities. But corporate reporting and investor focus are central, according to Liam Kennedy
Lynn Strongin Dodds finds that worries about currency risk are leading investors to consider factor-based approach when investing in foreign exchange markets