As a fiduciary, you are going to bear the brunt of ESG decisions, so you’d better monitor them, NZ Super Head of Responsible Investment says.
Christian Super’s spin-off Brightlight aims to dispel the myths around impact investing and scale up the assets managed in this field.
[i3] Insights looks back on 2016 and analyses which topics resonated most with readers.
Active management returns are better explained by complex systems, John Peterson says.
It is not just risk that affects investment returns, but aversion to ambiguity also impacts the potential upside, new research has found
Tilting is one way to overcome the scalability issues of impact investing, BlackRock’s Joanna Nash says.
A sovereign wealth fund’s raison d’etre directly influences its portfolio construction, but what if it has multiple purposes?
Despite low yields globally, fixed income is the asset class with the highest institutional inflows in the Asia Pacific region, according to Spence Johnson.
Crowding can be a problem, but is it any worse if a computer does it as opposed to a human, Man FRM Chief Investment Officer asks.