The impact of size is a delicate point for asset managers. For specialist asset classes, and boutique managers, being small and nimble can be a source of alpha. On the other hand, being large can reduce fees and increase innovation and product offering. But now there is evidence to show that the emergence of the […]
Amanda WhiteAugust 21, 2015
A pension fund that has 10 times more assets under management has on average 7.67 basis points lower annual investment costs according to a working paper from authors at De Nederlansche Bank, that explores the relationship between pension fund size and investment costs. Written by Dirk Broeders, Arco van Oord and David Rijsbergen the paper […]
Amanda WhiteJuly 3, 2015
Factor-investing has not yet won the right to be the endurable and dominating asset allocation method, according to new research.
Amanda WhiteJune 12, 2015