In the past few years there has been a seismic shift towards index funds and ETFs, but investors have reason to be wary about passive strategies, writes Perpetual’s Anthony Aboud.
Global trade and commerce is going through rapid change, and investors are seeking answers to how this will influence the investment landscape, write Capital Group’s Rob Lovelace and David Polak.
In order to properly use alternative assets in a portfolio, investors need to understand the way they interact with more traditional assets, writes State Street Global Advisors’ Rafiq Choudhury.
Investor costs have come under intense scrutiny in recent years amid concerns that institutions are paying too much to their fund managers, writes bfinance’s Frithjof Vanzyp.
The proliferation of fake news has put the onus on investors to verify information and cross-check every fact, writes Newton Investment Management’s Raj Shant.
BT appoints director of corporate affairs
NGS Super appoints chief operating officer
Managed Accounts hires head of distribution
The dangers of an active swing to passive
Making the most of shifting global trade
Unlocking the power of alternative assets