Trading Asset Servicing
Published by: S&P Dow Jones Indices
When evaluating investments linked to non-standard indices, investors should first ask if the anomaly is expected to persist, as well as if a particular vehicle is well-designed to exploit the factor.
Published by: Prudential Retirement
The international pension risk transfer marketplace is experiencing remarkable growth, with more than $260 billion in transactions completed since 2007. Hundreds of companies have transferred pension risk, with at least 40 pension funds executing transactions over $1 billion.
Published by: UBS Asset Management
Non-financial data is playing an increasingly important role in equity analysis and investment strategy today. We explain the evolution in equity investing and why non-financial factors matter to financial performance, particularly those that pertain to environmental, social and governance issues.
Published by: Berenberg Asset Management LLC
Annual volatility and end-of-period asset value can have a meaningful effect on institutional investors. Most investment committees are not set up to make tactical allocations at times of market stress. Risk overlay solves this problem.
Published by: FTSE Russell
There is no denying smart beta has arrived and will continue to transform and impact the investment landscape. The most recent findings provide investors with further insights into the adoption and use of smart beta strategies among institutional asset owners.
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.
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