The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) has identified the key priorities where financial market infrastructures (FMIs) should focus in the coming years to proactively and effectively manage risk in a post-pandemic environment.
New CAMRADATA white paper explores whether thematic investing can provide investors with growth opportunities in uncertain times
CAMRADATA’s latest white paper considers the role thematic investing can play in asset management and explores trends that can permeate society and traverse sectors.
Can diversified liquid alternatives offer pension schemes greater returns and diversification than traditional portfolios?
With some pension schemes moving away from the conventional diversification benefits of a mixed equity/bond portfolio, CAMADATA’s latest white paper on Diversified Liquid Alternatives (DLA) considers DLA as an alternative to obtain diversification and also considers the risks involved.
With many defined benefit pension schemes becoming cashflow negative in recent years, CAMRADATA’s latest whitepaper on Cashflow Driven Investing looks at how pension schemes can use cashflow-driven investing (CDI) as a remedy for the shortfall of income.
Ninety five per cent of tier 1 and 2 banks plan to invest more in derivatives post-trade operations over the next three years than in the last three, a major study by Acuiti has found.
InReg and Veneziano & Partners have released a new information paper, SFDR - Road Map to March 2021, which contains actionable intelligence and is a highly practical tool to help financial market participants with mapping out the steps required to comply with SFDR by March 2021.
The investment industry needs to go beyond measuring impact, says The Thinking Ahead Institute, and instead focus on linking those metrics back to the process of creating value for stakeholders.
The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation's (DTCC) latest white paper, “From Physical to Digital: Advancing the Dematerialization of US Securities,” outlines the necessary steps to reduce, and ultimately eliminate, certificated US securities.
Rising number of managers outsource middle and front office functions as pandemic prompts review of operations, finds white paper
Investment managers are choosing to outsource “core” functions including in-house dealing, foreign exchange and transition management, after reviewing their operations as the Covid-19 pandemic compounded existing cost pressures, according to a white paper published today by Northern Trust.
SEI's latest middle office whitepaper, "Remote Working, Covid-19 and Middle Office Outsourcing," explores some of the operations challenges and opportunities caused by Covid-19 lockdowns, woprkplace interruptions and the 'new normal'.