Photo Gallery from the Fiduciary Investors Symposium – April 15-17 2018, Oxford
Chinese market’s many pros and cons
The Asian giant has a vibrant tech sector, a growing middle class, and a government making changes to improve access. It’s enough to make many take on the market’s volatility and other issues.
Sarah RundellMay 4, 2018
Experts mull strategies in slow growth climate
Speaking at the Fiduciary Investors Symposium at Oxford University’s Rhodes House Fiona Trafford-Walker, director of consulting at Frontier Advisors argues that Australian investors are operating in a changed environment and need to “get used to slower economic growth.” Speaking as part of an expert panel on how the continued environment of slow growth and low […]
Institutions look to hedge funds to meet portfolio expectations
“Do hedge funds make sense?” asks Jean-Marc Stenger, chief investment officer for alternative investments at Lyxor Asset Management speaking at the Fiduciary Investors Symposium at Oxford University’s Rhodes House. Hedge fund assets may have reached a record $3 trillion in 2014 but the decision by a number of high profile pension funds to drop hedge funds from […]
Macro diversification: How do investors diversify risk?
“Geopolitics does matter and how to navigate geopolitical events on a portfolio is challenging,” argues Tom Clarke, partner and portfolio manager at William Blair speaking at the Fiduciary Investors Symposium at Rhodes House, Oxford University. In a session dedicated to macro strategies for investors to best navigate today’s complex investment universe and diversify risk, Clarke argues that “hiding” from […]
Oxford Professor urges urgent European reform
The University of Oxford’s distinguished Professor of Economics David Vines predicted the ongoing crisis in Europe will turn into a “train wreck with implications for investors” unless governments undertake significant reforms. He urges for large write downs of the sovereign debt of southern European countries, a loosening of austerity in those countries and a significant […]
Sarah RundellApril 20, 2015