MarketFox columnist Daniel Grioli was recently asked to address a group of applied finance students at RMIT. He decided to share with them the most important lesson of his career.
Bringing select asset management functions in-house puts you in a better position to engage with external managers, UniSuper’s John Pearce says.
Diversity might actually be an investment signal. Companies with gender-diverse boards are likely to not only have higher profits than companies with less diversified boards, but are also better able to protect future profits, AXA IM says.
In his new book, Winston Ma describes the next phase of the evolution of China’s digital economy, which will see the merger of online and offline.
Institutional investors recognise climate change as one of the key long term risks, but many struggle to find a practical way to assess the impact on their investment portfolios. Looking at physical risk is one way to tackle the problem, DWS says.
With the Global Financial Crisis now a decade behind us, MarketFox columnist Daniel Grioli shares some of the most important lessons he learned from this cataclysmic event.
Systematic investing today is about finding signals in lots of tiny data and you need humans to give it context, Two Sigma CEO says.
TCorp’s new structure places portfolio construction at the heart of its investment process, focusing on a whole-of-fund approach, CIO Stewart Brentnall says.
Quantitative portfolio manager Tony Guida felt that the discussion on machine learning and AI was heading in the wrong direction and decided to do something about it: write a book with practical applications for investors.