According to Malcolm Gladwell’s Outliers, at least 10,000 hours of practice is needed to be a success at your chosen profession. This means that a fund manager will hit their strides around age 40. But the London Business School is giving its students a leg up in that quest to find success. They have real-life […]
Amanda WhiteJuly 2, 2014
Mention any asset class to John Pearce, chief investment officer of Australian superannuation fund UniSuper, and he will doggedly set out the good and bad thinking around it. A common source of his ire is the sight of investors herding around a belief based on a lack of rigorous thinking. Good practice for him involves […]
David RowleyJune 12, 2013
From July 1, the $32 billion Canadian fund, HOOPP, went live with a new investment IT platform, powered by Simcorp. Amanda White spoke with chief executive of HOOPP, John Crocker, about the importance of technology in the way the fund manages its money.
Amanda WhiteJuly 7, 2010