The business of asset management
For efficient capital allocation to take place, the business of asset management needs to continuously improve itself. How asset managers operate, how they hire and retain talent, the methods they use to market their offerings, the technology they employ - all these factors create the necessary infrastructure which enables a diversity of investment views to be applied through strategies and then in the form of various financial products.
The growing amount of data on portfolios and markets opens up a wide range of novel ways to build and position portfolios efficiently.
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Bringing to light ten years' worth of data, this paper provides insights into how the sovereign investor segment has evolved over time.
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Asset allocation to meet the investment needs of sophisticated investors can be done with a time-varying element in mind. This can enhance diversification.
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Richard Romer-Lee, CEO at Square Mile Investment Consulting & Research offers his thoughts on how the investment industry has evolved and where it may be heading next.
AI can help the asset management industry grow and prepare for the future. However, artificial intelligence also poses serious ethical issues that need to be considered.
The asset management industry is witnessing a wealth transfer between generations, as well as one between men and women as more female-owned businesses are born.
This survey highlights the ESG preferences of institutional investors and alternative asset managers from across the world.
Maintaining close relationships with existing and prospective clients is not easy. A CRM can help marketers achieve this and, in turn, boost a firm's AUM.