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CAMRADATA’s latest Investment Considerations Survey reveals key investment trends

Emerging Market Equity and Global Equity markets are the top asset classes institutional investors are considering investing over the next six months says CAMRADATA research.

Electric vehicle revolution within eight years, says LGIM

After more than a century of incremental change, technological advances and consumer demand are accelerating the drive towards electric and autonomous cars. In its Q3 Horizons briefing, LGIM addresses the road to vehicle revolution and what it means for investors. 

Employers urged to check performance of default DC pension funds

Employers selecting DC default investment funds for their workforce pensions assume they’re making a wise investment choice. However, a new report, ‘Who’s performing well?’ from Punter Southall Aspire, which examined nine major DC pension providers’ default pension funds in their growth phase (as of 30th June 2017), reveals huge variations that could deliver diverse outcomes for savers. 

Strong performances generally seen across all markets in CAMRADATA’s Q2 2017 investment research reports

CAMRADATA, a leading provider of data and analysis for institutional investors, has published its investment research reports for Q2 2017, charting the performance of investments and asset managers across five asset classes - Global Equity, Emerging Markets Equity, Diversified Growth Funds, Multi Sector Fixed Income and Emerging Markets Debt.

Unigestion to absorb all investment research costs to the benefit of clients

Unigestion, the boutique asset manager that focuses on providing risk-managed investment solutions, today announces that it will pay for all investment research on behalf of its clients in line with the upcoming Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID). II.

LGIM: Low yields continue to frustrate pensions looking to hedge

Investors currently buying UK government bonds are doing so in the knowledge that they are accepting a yield which is lower than the rate of inflation.
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