Childhood traumas, such as the death of a parent or their divorce, make fund managers more reluctant to take risks later in life, a new study co-authored by Prof. Raghu Rau of the Cambridge Judge Business School*, found.
The company has reached a record number of clients.
Willis Towers Watson’s latest research revealed that one-third of UK professionals – 35% – fear automation or offshoring of their jobs within the next decade. Are asset managers worried about AI-driven tech and digitalisation taking over their portfolios?
London-headquartered firm 23 Capital has opened its fourth international office in Barcelona.
Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) recorded external net flows of £60.3bn in the first half of 2019 (£14.6bn in first half of 2018), thanks to significant index flows from Asian clients, driving a 15% growth of assets under management.
Investors have withdrawn £9.3bn of ASI's equity funds in the first half of the year.
JP Morgan won an auction to hold a majority stake in its Chinese asset management joint venture, becoming the first foreign firm to take control of an onshore funds business under the new Chinese rules, which came into force in 2017.
Asset News has asked three emerging and frontier markets investors to disclose their most exotic positions.