HALF OF European fund managers have no plans to change their equity weightings despite the market corrections seen in May, new research says.
A study of 118 fund managers in the US and Europe found 71pc of American managers and 50pc of European managers intended to leave their asset allocation unchanged for the rest of the year. However, in...
The Conservative Party’s election success has delivered a rally for UK equity markets and sterling but uncertainty over a future trade deal with the EU remains.
The pound surged against both the US dollar and euro after the Conservatives won a landslide majority at the UK General Election on Thursday (12 December).
ESG is increasingly important for schemes but trustees have little influence over manager decisions. Pádraig Floyd asks what they can do to redress the balance.
While it may be tough for small schemes to manage their approach to ESG-related investment risks, there are ways to meet this fiduciary responsibility, says Richard Butcher