The Nedgroup Investments Global Flexible Fund has been adjusting its portfolio in response to market volatility, taking advantage of discounted valuations to make new purchases in sectors and securities where prices have been most affected, such as APAC equities, leisure, travel and hospitality.
Results & performance
Net assets of UCITS and AIFs bounced back strongly in Q2 2020, crossing the EUR17 trillion threshold again, according to the Quarterly Statistical Release from the European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA).
Alpha Real Capital's (Alpha) specialist renewables team has closed 15 transactions, deploying GBP160 million of equity over the last 12 months.
Assets under management (AUM) at the world’s 300 largest pension funds increased in value by 8.0 per cent to a total of USD19.5 trillion in 2019, in contrast to the 0.4 per cent decline the year before, according to the latest top 300 pension funds research from the Thinking Ahead Institute.
Coronavirus sell-off revealed “little merit” in idea that active managers navigate volatility better than passive counterparts
The majority of active managers in Europe and the US did not seize the “once-in-a-decade opportunity” presented by the coronavirus pandemic to demonstrate superior returns to passive options, according to new data from Morningstar.
FX specialist Integral has reported average daily volumes (ADV) across its platforms of USD39.8 billion in August 2020.
Mercer's retirement plan solution, Mercer Wise 401(k), has exceeded USD1 billion in assets under management.
SIX generated CHF624.1 million in operating income in the first half of 2020 despite the globally challenging environment caused by Covid-19.
Despite a difficult year for investors, the 2020 FE fundinfo Alpha Manager award winners have once again demonstrated the benefits of active management in volatile markets, by continuing to beat their benchmarks throughout the economic downturn.
Value investing could see a revival as economic activity picks up in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, as asset managers predict that lowly-rated stocks could outperform in the upturn.