Market sell-offs are dramatic, writes MFS Investment Management's James Swanson – but they can also create opportunities for savvy investors.
For bond investors, who lack a shareholder vote, covenants are the 'G' (or corporate governance) in 'ESG', writes Fidelity's Martin Dropkin.
The Chinese domestic A-share market is the second largest in the world, but only 2 per cent of its stocks are in the hands of foreign shareholders, write Investec’s Greg Kuhnert and Truman Du.
As financial organisations of every size strive to improve their efficiency and flexibility, many are finding it tough to achieve an acceptable balance between being innovative and remaining secure, writes TIBCO Software’s Maurizio Canton.
Shifting APRA restrictions on lending and looming mandatory data breach notification requirements mean that banks must constantly review their activities to ensure compliance, writes Talend’s Steve Singer.
Fortnum hires former Centric Wealth CEO
SMSF Association names new chair
Avenir Capital hires investment director
A correction, not a turning point
Why bond covenants matter
Striking a balance between security and innovation