August 31, 2016
AP3 looks to diversify its equity risk through an increase in alternatives. This story explores the evolution of the allocations and how it's tackling illiquidity and volatility.
The implications for investors of the inclusion of China A-shares in the wider MSCI indexes, an inevitable outcome, will be discussed at the Fiduciary Investors Symposium at Yale in October.
Funds managers should always be open to ways to improve mechanisms for stronger investor alignment, writes Mercer principal, David Scobie. But there are several factors to consider.
Nobel Laureate, Professor Robert Shiller, will speak at the Fiduciary Investors Symposium at Yale School of Management from October 23-25.
Given the strong returns of yield-rich asset classes in recent years, caution should be exercised in allowing income-themes to dominate investment allocations. David Scobie of Mercer writes.
Norges Bank Investment Management would like to see an increase in the number of company listings and suggests more flexibility from exchanges and index providers could facilitate this.
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