A little transparency could mean a lot of cash for Europe’s burgeoning exchange-traded fund industry.
As China opens its version of the hedge fund industry to overseas firms for the first time, pioneers are wading into a market full of both promise and peril.
Just when nearly everyone had counted out active managers, they are punching above the market again, but be wary of performance enhancers.
The curse of the developed world central banks -- low inflation -- is turning out to be the boon for emerging markets, and their bonds.
Trading in the dark remains a favorite for the buy-side trader seeking liquidity. And using algorithmic trading strategies are a favored arrow in the institutional trader’s quiver.
The burgeoning field of computer-driven investing has grown so large and complex that a Singapore family office has decided you need a quant to find the right quants.
Rules-based strategies are important, but human touch is pivotal as ETFs become more active.
Rising markets aren’t a haven for money managers. For the first year since the 2008 financial crisis, revenue earned by asset management firms globally fell in 2016 along with profits, according to a report Tuesday by Boston Consulting Group.
Australia’s top-performing pension fund over the past three years wants to invest in more toll roads and airports, betting infrastructure assets will offer among the most reliable returns over coming decades.