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With the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) coming into effect on January 3rd 2018, Generali Investments announces its decision to absorb the costs related to external research, instead of charging them separately to its end clients....

With the creation of the Multi-Asset, Quantitative and Solutionsinvestment group, BNP Paribas Asset Management is pursuing its objective of streamlining its organisational structure and enhancing its range of investment solutions....

Aviva plc announces that it has reached an agreement to acquire Irish insurer Friends First Life Assurance Company dac (“Friends First”) for a cash consideration of €130m (£116m1)....

Ten years from its launch, Generali Investments SICAV (GIS) Euro Equity Mid Cap changes its name to GIS Euro Future Leaders...

Five compelling reasons why investors should engage with SDGs - PRI/PwC report...

Lyxor AM has developed a platform of solutions to help pension funds achieve their investment objectives and thereby better manage their assets. This solution has been created in response to the chronic pension plan deficits and historically low interest rates currently being seen across Europe....

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Key highlights : The assets under management in the European fund industry increased from €9.4 tr to €10.2 tr over the course of 2017 so far.....

Algebris Investments inaugurates the PIR space by launching the Algebris Core Italy Fund, a sub-fund of Algebris UCITS Funds plc...

Clapp’s European Equity team will launch two new long-only European Growth equity UCITS funds in Q4 2017....

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Barring a shock, this expansion has staying power...

In the 12 months since Donald Trump was elected US president, stockmarkets have hit record highs. We look at how and why the markets have reacted.....

For the first few years after the 2008 financial crisis, I often only had one slide with me at presentations and this was it:...

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The cautious move toward monetary normalization led by several central banks did not throw a tantrum on markets.....

Asset and sector rotations accelerated this week. US yields kept on adjusting to the Fed, which gives every signs it will proceed with normalization. In addition to US rate-sensitive sectors, it boosted Europe and Japan equities, but weakened EM, metals and gold. Mr. Trump also unveiled its tax blueprint....

September is on track to see hedge funds delivering solid returns, on the back of the recovery of Global Macro managers and the satisfactory performance of the remaining strategies.....

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