Working For Change

Challenging the passive risk management status quo

Adaption is the key to the future, writes Thor Abrahamsen, CFA

Time to avoid groupthink and rear-view mirror investing

Today’s market distortions by central banks is so severe that all our crystal balls are broken. It’s time for fresh thinking on the part of asset...

The challenges of regulation

“MiFID II will bring significant costs to businesses. Fund managers will need to increase the quality and quantity of their own research,” writes...

Hedge fund lite

‘Hedge fund lite’: all the taste but none of the calories?

Diversified growth funds have attracted a great deal of interest from investors. But are DGFs operating as de facto hedge funds without being placed...

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Round table: The evolution of asset management

Leading asset managers Sean Hagerty, Jeff Levi and Hazel McNeilage talk to Professional Investor about the pressures the industry is facing and what...

Back to economic normality?

Investors who are beginning to talk about a return to normality after the financial crisis should realise that things have changed, believes Keith...

Globe

Brandes Essay – runner up

How would the similarities and differences between Ben Graham's time and today's investment environment affect his writings? And, what do you think...

Brandes prize

Brandes Essay Prize

How would the similarities and differences between Ben Graham's time and today's investment environment affect his writings? And, what do you think...

investment management

Culture: the key to investment management

'It's not an overstatement to say that culture drives everything'. Mark Zinkula

hope or horror

Horror or hope?

The future of the investment industry is important for the functioning of the global economy.

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