A new paper by the Financial Engineering team shows how simple strategies based on astute risk management can generate additional returns for investors.
Comforting economic news and low levels of the ‘fear gauges’ in markets reflect a peaceful environment, yet investors feel unease. This is healthy and should prolong the bull market.
William De Vijlder says on CNBC that global investors remain concerned about China’s property sector.
How can high-yield bonds create alpha for investors seeking performance and risk control? What are the challenges and prospects for this market?
Target-date funds match a variety of investment horizons and individual long-term needs.
Growth potential for decades.
Research chair on Asset Liability Management and Institutional Investment Management.
A strategy focusing on reduced exposure to potential swings.
Beijing is allowing the pendulum to swing towards reform success rather than growth.
Ian Simm, Chief Executive of IMPAX Asset Management, gives his view on climate change and explains why it has become a major issue for investors.
China is tackling the challenges of a new paradigm head-on, including a slowing economic growth and the need for further reform to rebalance the economy.
A study of BNP Paribas Asset Management’ Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) Best-In-Class universe of European stocks highlighted a size effect that determines financial performance. Study author Vincent Lapointe explains.
Investors are increasingly on edge as various signals suggest that times are changing.
Charles Alberti, Investment Specialist at THEAM, and Anne Poirrier-Hamon, Head of Product Strategy at BNP Paribas Asset Management, respond to Perspectives’ questions regarding the cutting-edge target date strategy designed to provide investors with upside potential as well as formal protection by the BNP Paribas Group.
The European central bank’s ability and willingness to take, if economic conditions require, non-conventional monetary policy measures has provoked reactions in senior ECB officials.
Major European sectors should do well in 2014 as company profitability recovers. Investors should look for large-cap companies offering longer-term growth and sustainable earnings, which together with attractive valuations can result in opportunities to take or expand positions.
Many European investors in low volatility equities were caught by surprise: the volatility of their low equity portfolios has been as high as the market volatility.
European equities set to shine on profits outlook, valuation and possible ECB policy support.