Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM) has launched the Morgan Stanley Global Balanced Sustainable Fund (the Fund). Managed by the Firm’s Global Balanced Risk Control (GBaR) team, the Fund combines the benefits of the team’s risk-controlled asset allocation process with a multi-dimensional framework for sustainable investing.
SteelEye, a specialist in compliance and data analytics, has partnered with UnaVista, the regulatory reporting platform from London Stock Exchange Group, to support financial firms migrating from CME’s European Trade Repository (TR) and NEX Abide regulatory reporting services.
Aegon Asset Management has appointed Russ Morrison as its new global chief investment officer responsible for managing its EUR170 (USD188) billion fixed income investment platform.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and Warsaw Stock Exchange (GPW) have partnered to support Polish and CEE listed companies with environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reporting.
eVestment, an institutional investment data and analytics provider, and Assette, a sales and client communication software firm, have teamed up to help asset managers integrate peer performance, key professional, fees and other data seamlessly into client and sales communications.
Nomura Asset Management is set to reduce investment management fees across a number of its global and emerging markets funds, as investors display caution towards the funds market in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
Consilium Crypto, a provider of institutional-grade trading & risk management tools for digital asset markets, has launched a liquidity routing system for cryptocurrency exchanges, Consilium ORS.
Jersey Finance has engaged with Andrew Mitchell, Founder of specialist independent consultancy Equilibrium Futures, to support the jurisdiction’s drive to position itself as a centre of excellence for sustainable finance.
Candriam has launched Candriam SRI Equity Circular Economy Fund. The circular economy concept provides an alternative to the current linear economic model, the "take, make, dispose” model, by avoiding waste and reducing the need for virgin raw materials. It seeks to increase resource efficiencies through the re-use or recycling of materials.
Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) has listed a USD1.5 billion Sukuk on Nasdaq Dubai to support Covid-19 relief initiatives. The capital raised will fund medical, social and business projects in many of the bank’s 57 member countries aimed at protecting health and improving lives.