Published by: Berenberg Asset Management
Given the continued strengthening of the U.S. dollar vis-à-vis most other world currencies combined with a view that this trajectory may continue, we discuss whether or not currency risk should be managed.
Published by: Capital Group
Capital Group outlines a comprehensive way of evaluating target date funds to help satisfy DOL guidelines, while supporting participants’ retirement savings efforts. Learn about the key factors in our white paper. Securities offered through American Funds Distributors, Inc.
Published by: INTECH
The debate on the benefits and shortcoming of active versus passive investing rages on! This paper explores where we are in the active-management cycle and why it may be shortsighted to move away from active management at this time.
Published by: S&P Dow Jones Indices
Investing in infrastructure has become popular among institutional and private investors. Infrastructure assets provide essential services in transport, energy, water, communications and social services. Investment managers may consider different benchmarks depending on their own definition of the investment universe.
Published by: Newton Capital Management
In recent months the emerging markets universe has been increasingly characterized by diverging performances at regional, industrial sector and company levels. This paper explains why we believe being active in managing emerging market investments may help you find real value.
Published by: Aberdeen Asset Management
To help achieve a diversified portfolio, it may pay to be adventurous. Aberdeen’s global presence helps you diversify into the world’s most dynamic bond markets. Supported by 70 emerging market investment professionals, we seek out potential opportunities around the world.
Published by: Prudential Fixed Income
Many asset managers today advocate that plan sponsors consider a risk-reduction strategy called “hibernation”. But just as glidepaths don’t always “glide”, hibernation is not a passive strategy, but one that needs to be carefully watched. In this paper, we consider how the interplay between a smarter hibernation strategy and different de-risking tools can allow a plan to slowly wind down in both size and risk.
Published by: HSBC Global Asset Management
The growth of factor investing has been astonishing. And the variation in factor criteria and portfolio implementation is equally so. Here we offer a framework for understanding and evaluating factor strategies, focusing on the low volatility factor.
Published by: American Century Investments
Quantitative strategies are gaining renewed interest as their systematic approaches have resulted in attractive risk-adjusted returns. We examine the enduring qualities that make quantitative investing a compelling and complementary approach within a larger equity portfolio.
Published by: Russell Investments
Thousands of corporate pension plans in America have been frozen, while many others are considering such a step. Russell’s Frozen Plan Handbook serves as a simple guide for those who have already frozen—or are considering freezing—their pension plan.
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