New analysis from ETF provider GraniteShares, which offers a range of 3x short and 3x leveraged ETPs on popular UK and US stocks, reveals that so far this year, 31 dividend payments from FTSE 100 companies have been cancelled, 12 have been suspended and nine cut.
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A recent study carried out by Redington’s Manager Research Team has shown that more than a third (39 per cent) of asset manager respondents are unable to provide an example of a climate change related engagement effort, while less than two thirds (62 per cent) have an ESG engagement policy in place.
Wealthy company owners are at risk of ruining their personal reputation by ignoring pay gaps, according to a new national survey.
Firms are unprepared for Uncleared Margin Rules despite deadline extension, says State Street survey
Eighty one per cent of institutions with a September 2021 (Phase V) or September 2022 (Phase VI) deadline for the Uncleared Margin Rules (UMR) are unprepared to comply with all facets of the new regulations, according to a survey by State Street.
Insurers must explore new ways to build capabilities to meet the digital needs of customers as bigtechs and non-traditional players enter the insurance space, according to the World InsurTech Report 2020 (WITR) published by Capgemini and Efma.
New data from by Buy Shares indicates that 14 selected major global banks cumulatively lost USD635.33 billion in market capitalisation between December 2019 and August 2020, largely the main as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus outbreak has hit the European banking system hard, with many of the largest banks coping much worse with the crisis than their US peers.
There is a great industry need for automated corporate actions solutions, according to a survey by SIX conducted among leading global asset managers, wealth managers, custodians, clearing houses and investment banks.
Investors will not “save the world” from climate change without action from policymakers, finds CAMRADATA white paper
Climate-related investing has not been side-lined as the coronavirus pandemic tears through economies, with a new white paper by CAMRADATA finding that the fear of not having a “planet worth living on” has led to investors making it an embedded theme within investment strategies.
The search for alpha is expected to lead to a long-term shift to higher emerging markets allocations, both in equity and fixed income, according to a survey of institutional investors by Vontobel.