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Omar Gadsby: We need bond managers who can implement a short idea

From Profiles & Features Oct 22 2014 @ 05:20

Omar Gadsby, head of fixed income fund selection for Credit Suisse’s private banking...
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The track record: starting point or final piece?

From Profiles & Features Oct 15 2014 @ 05:00

What's the place of a fund's track record in the fund selection process?
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We must get used to lower returns, says Niclas Hiller

From Profiles & Features Oct 30 2014

Niclas Hiller, chief investment officer of Formuesforvaltning, a wealth management company in Norway, tells EIE’s Tjibbe Hoekstra how he is preparing for a sustained period of...
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France and The Netherlands lead the way in sustainable investing

From EIE Analysis Oct 30 2014

Socially responsible investing (SRI) has gained most foothold in France and The Netherlands, as... view article


Market Insight Norway, Q4 2014: Loyal bond buyers

From Fund Selector Sentiment Oct 30 2014

Norwegian fund selectors stick to developed market bonds while the rest of the continent seems to... view article


Catalan fund selectors expect ECB to boost equities

From EIE Analysis Oct 29 2014

The prospect of ECB action supporting a renewed equity rally in Europe puts fund selectors in... view article


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Market Insight Zurich Q3 2014: Surprise Swiss bet on Japan

Fund selectors based in Zurich differ quite a bit from the European average when it comes to their favourite equities.

From Fund Selector Sentiment Oct 24 2014

Fund selectors based in Zurich differ quite a bit from the European average when it comes to their favourite equities. While their colleagues in Geneva generally like the currently least-loved fixed income asset class (high yield) most, Zurich’s fund buyers go for its... view article



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