JAPAN - Japan has made a reappearance on pension funds' radars, with asset managers reporting higher inflows to equity funds investing in the country.
Recent moves towards Japan include the decisions by Swedish giant AP1 to fund a Japanese equity mandate worth Ä1.8bn (US$2.8bn) and the UK's Merseyside Pension Fund to shift a further 1% of its £4.3bn...
Crisis causes change. We know this both as human beings and as experienced global investors. The 2008 global financial crisis (GFC) led to a reckoning in how businesses were run, especially in financial services. The GFC ultimately redefined fiduciary...
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