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Goldman Sachs Fund Solutions, a business within Goldman Sachs’ Securities Division is partnering with Amundi, Europe’s largest asset manager with €1 .4tr1 under management, to manage Luxembourg-domiciled funds based on Goldman Sachs’ proprietary systematic strategies and to expand its alternative UCITS offering....

UBS and Nordea today announced an agreement on the acquisition of part of Nordea's Luxembourg-based private banking business by UBS. ...

Watch PwC’s Global Chairman Bob Moritz introduce the survey and its key findings LIVE on January 22 (Today) at 6:30pm CET. ....

Barings, one of the world’s leading asset management firms, announced today that it has sold its investment in Wireless Infrastructure Group to 3i Infrastructure plc ...

BNP Paribas announces that it will voluntarily opt in to become a Systematic Internaliser for MiFID II in-scope instruments that are traded or admitted Enables external clients to access ACP’s investment expertise in alternative equity...

BNP Paribas announces that it will voluntarily opt in to become a Systematic Internaliser for MiFID II in-scope instruments that are traded or admitted to trading on trading venues (TOTV), as of 3 January 2018.....

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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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Recent risk-off moves in equities do not shake our equities conviction....

Global equity markets suffered a sharp reversal in early February after notching a string of record highs. .....

On Monday, investors got a rough awakening: Reminiscent of the 1987 Black Monday crash, US equities fell sharply, wiping out all year-to-date gains. Implied volatility, aka. the markets “fear gauge”,  showed the biggest daily increase on record ....

"One country, two systems", a famous phrase coined by the late Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping, has served China well: letting Hong Kong’s western-style economy co-exist alongside a state-controlled system has helped fuel spectacular growth rates in the past decades.....

Is it true that “the easy money has been made?”....

For our first letter in 2018, we have opted to recount the results of a psychological study carried out in 1999 by two American researchers from Harvard University, Christopher Chabris and Daniel Simons.......

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Markets finally took a breather after weeks of appreciation. European stocks underperformed, caught in between a sharp repricing in govies yield and a rising Euro. Japanese and EM stocks were more resilient......

Persistent trends across asset classes continued to fuel CTA returns over the recent weeks.......

The recent correction in IT stocks led to a momentum reversal which impacted negatively L/S Equity funds, down -1.3% last week. Market Neutral L/S, which tend to be sensitive to the momentum risk factor, were not left unscathed by sector rotations......

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