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Anlagen / Strategie | 02 Mai 2016

Sovereign funds ignore climate risk

The world’s largest government-backed investment funds have been accused of ignoring the risks climate change poses to their portfolios despite warnings it could hurt returns and make high-carbon investments worthless.

Anlagen / Strategie | 25 April 2016

Asset managers discount fees for big investors by a third

Asset managers are discounting the fees they charge big investors by up to a third in a bid to gather assets at a time when regulation and competition among fund houses are making it harder to win and retain business.

Anbieter / Asset Management | 04 April 2016

Franklin Templeton hit with outflows of €26bn in one year

Franklin Templeton, one of the world’s biggest investment managers, lost at least €1bn a month for the past year from its European mutual funds as investors shunned its emerging markets and bond products.

Anlagen / Strategie | 07 März 2016

Bond funds double cash holdings

Large bond funds, including products from BlackRock, Franklin Templeton and Invesco, are holding more than double the cash they held five years ago as fears about liquidity in the fixed income market weigh on asset managers.

Anbieter / Asset Management | 29 Februar 2016

Property and private equity lure pension funds away from equities

Pension funds are shifting out of traditional equity investments and into alternative asset classes such as property and private equity in a bid to escape market volatility and increase returns.

Anlagen / Strategie | 22 Februar 2016

Sovereign wealth funds pull at least $46.5bn from asset managers

Asset managers suffered record outflows from sovereign wealth funds in 2015 and have been warned to expect even greater redemptions this year as the oil price collapse drives governments to raid their state-owned investment vehicles.

Anlagen / Strategie | 15 Februar 2016

Institutional investors turn to Dutch courts to recoup VW losses

Lawyers behind a US lawsuit against Volkswagen have set up a European structure to enable institutional investors around the world to recoup billions of dollars in damages from the German carmaker over its emissions scandal.

Anlagen / Strategie | 08 Februar 2016

Allianz Global Investors buys bond house from Old Mutual

Allianz Global Investors, the €427bn fund house best known for offering equity funds, has put itself in competition with sister company Pimco with the purchase of fixed income boutique Rogge Global Partners.

Anbieter / Asset Management | 25 Januar 2016

Asset management employees’ pay down 17 percent

Asset management professionals globally took a pay cut of almost a fifth in 2015 as the fund industry grappled with its worst year of profitability since the financial crisis.


Sixty-six institutional investors to sue Volkswagen

Sixty-six institutional investors are to take legal action against Volkswagen in its German home market after the carmaker cheated emissions tests in the US. The first claim will be made within the next seven days.

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