Almost forty per cent of UK institutional investors are optimistic about the economy as the country emerges from the pandemic, according to the latest Institutional Investor Compass Survey from MFS Investment Management.
Invesco today released its ninth annual Global Sovereign Asset Management Study, which details the views and opinions of 141 chief investment officers, heads of asset classes and senior portfolio strategists at 82 sovereign wealth funds and 59 central banks, who together manage USD19 trillion in assets.
CFA Institute survey says equities have been out of sync with the real economy since the start of the pandemic
Forty five per cent of respondents to a CFA Institute survey into the the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on financial markets and the investment industry, are of the view that equities in their respective markets have recovered too quickly and that they expect a correction within the next one to three years.
Market participants identify key operational areas for improvement post-pandemic in new DTCC white paper
The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC), the premier market infrastructure for the global financial services industry, has published a white paper examining how capital markets operations responded during the Covid-19 pandemic and where market participants are focused in a post-pandemic future.
The rise of sustainable finance, the impact of Brexit, EU regulation and the fallout of the pandemic all have the potential to shape considerations around alternative fund domicile selection, according to new research published this month by IFI Global and supported by Jersey Finance.
FTSE 100 dividend yields forecast to rise 24 per cent this year as economy bounces back from Covid-19 crisis
UK equity analysts forecast that the dividend yields on FTSE 100 shares will rise by 24 per cent from 2.56 per cent to 3.17 per cent this year as the economy begins its recovery from the coronavirus recession, according to new research from Bowmore Asset Management.
Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM), one of the world’s largest asset managers, has released its tenth annual ‘Active Ownership’ report, which reveals that over the course of 2020, it increased company engagements by 21 per cent and continued to vote globally, opposing the election of more than 4,700 company directors, as it sought to effect positive change at companies in which it invests.
Appetite for renewable energy infrastructure has been extremely strong, buoyed by ESG agendas as well as broader demand for infrastructure as an asset class.
New York stays in top spot while London’s position challenged by leading Asian centres in Global Financial Centres Index Ratings
New York has retained its lead in the rankings of the Global Financial Centres Index 29 (GFCI 29), launched by Z/Yen Group in partnership with the China Development Institute (CDI). London has fallen to only one point ahead of third place Shanghai.
A group of institutional investors worth USD13 trillion, including Aviva Investors, AXA Investment Managers, and Fidelity International, has pledged to support fair and equal global access to vaccines and healthcare in the fight against coronavirus.