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The business of servicing is set to fill the vacuum left by Ireland’s domestic banking and asset management industry, dramatically altering the country’s financial landscape.
Spain’s fund management industry is facing an uphill struggle trying to recover from the crisis. But managers are hopeful of a gradual upturn.
Not many emerging market fund managers can remember market cycles going back to 1994, but Lutetia Capital’s Claude Tiramani can. He believes most investors have failed to take heed of those tumultuous times in their current strategies.
A comprehensive report of intermediaries and their clients in the Gulf region suggests that political instability is behind the noticeably short-term time horizons of local investors.
Corporate structures, business practices, keeping clients and defining investment terms were all subjects on the minds of European country heads at Natixis Global Associates, the distribution arm of Natixis Global Asset Management, at a recent meeting....
US hedge funds outperform in most strategies, except fixed income, where a European manager might come top of the list.
Jersey and Guernsey are taking on onshore European domiciles, such as Luxembourg, to win new business from the alternatives industry. But the greatest fight they face is how to change perceptions.
Retail investors can now buy into the credit long/short fund of Europe’s largest hedge fund for as little as $10 a share.
In a bid to raise its profile, French provider Amundi is launching a new series of exchange-traded funds on the London Stock Exchange.
Relations between shareholders and company boards have undergone some fundamental changes, making them a lot less comfortable.