As Joe Biden’s presidency passes the 100-day mark, fund managers are considering what impact his inaugural period in office will have on financial markets.
Addressing climate change will require the largest reconstruction of the global economy since the Industrial Revolution, according to a report published today by MSCI Inc, a specialist provider of critical decision support tools and services for the global investment community.
Susannah Streeter, senior investment and markets analyst Hargreaves Lansdown, comments on the case for a 'britcoin' UK central bank digital currency…
Coinbase Nasdaq listing marks biggest milestone to date in validation of digital assets, says Nickel
The listing of major cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase on Nasdaq marks the biggest milestone to date in the validation of crypto assets, according to Nickel Digital Asset Management (Nickel), an investment manager connecting traditional finance with the digital assets market.
Here are the five reasons why we believe sustainable indexing gives investors the clarity they need to build more sustainable portfolios.
Central banks in the West could learn from the Bank of Japan how to quell investor yield panics, says Aegon Asset Management’s fixed income team.
By Shuen Chan, head of ESG at Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets.
Inflation could hit 3 per cent this year - but it won’t cause a bond market collapse, says Aegon Asset Management’s Lynch
UK inflation could spike as high as 3 per cent this year as the impact of higher commodity prices and base effects feed through the system, but it won’t cause a bond market collapse, says James Lynch, fixed income investment manager at Aegon Asset Management.
By Gary Clifford-Newman, Vice President, Prime Services Sales at London-headquartered brokerage Sova Capital. Clifford-Newman joined Sova Capital in 2018 and focuses on delivering prime services for hedge funds and managers accounts covering equities, fixed income, futures and options execution, prime-financing and custody solutions.
Adapt to survive: this was the message for the asset management sector in 2020, which turned out to be one of the most extraordinary and unpredictable years in living memory.