A fiduciary manager can play a crucial role in helping to ensure investments – especially those of pension funds – […]
The Green Bond Principles define a green bond as any debt instrument whose funds are meant to finance or refinance […]
To compare and select exchange-traded funds (ETFs) managed against the same index, investors can use a range of criteria including […]
Appetite among investors for funds with capital protection has been increasing in recent years. BNP Paribas Asset Management’ research examines […]
Remember: in finance as in other aspects of life, one risk may be hiding behind another! In recent years, with […]
Just like the Saint Fermin Pamplona bull run, financial markets can arouse fear and excitement. Broadly diversified, multi-asset investments are […]
Explaining when and why target-volatility strategies generate higher risk-adjusted returns than buy and hold strategies.
Volatility control is best done systematically and with great discipline, but keeping the mechanism relevant for investors is a human‘s job.
President of the ECB, Mario Draghi, urges markets to ‘get used to periods of increased volatility’ following data posted suggesting economic recovery.
Multi-asset funds are seeing more and more interest from a wide variety of investor types, including individuals, private banks and […]
Sector-neutral, low-risk equity strategies can efficiently generate alpha while reducing exposure to defensive sectors and thus the interest rate exposure
Risk parity strategies have been great for the last 20 years, profiting from the fall in interest rates and the capital gains it’s generated while avoiding the poor performance of equities. The question now is whether it still makes sense with interest rates having fallen to zero?