The case for boosting equity allocations is weakening for some asset owners, which are scaling back generally on risk or re-weighting their portfolios, say consultants.
Graeme Russell has overseen a turnaround in the Australian superannuation fund's performance, but how does he plan to maintain that run amid looming challenges?
While leveraged and inverse ETFs build traction in Hong Kong, it is still not clear who is buying them. But industry observers have some ideas about how demand is developing.
Certain leveraged and inverse exchange-traded funds newly listed in Hong Kong are being traded far more heavily than others, which has led some to question the source of demand.
The Australian superannuation fund has made big changes to its investment strategy and approach in recent years. Chief executive Graeme Russell explains how it did so.
While institutional and regulatory constraints are limiting the options of asset owners in many emerging nations, others are broadening their range of investing tools.