News 1 Aug 17
Zurich International unveils target date fund range
Pension provider Zurich International has introduced a range of dollar-denominated target date funds (TDFs) aimed at gradually reducing the risk investors are exposed to as they approach retirement.
News 10 Aug 16
European investors make switch to smart beta
In the first half of 2016, investors in Europe have poured in $5.7bn (€5.1bn) into smart beta funds as market capitalisation index trackers saw outflows over the period, according to Morningstar data analysed by ETF provider WisdomTree Europe. Brexit could be one of the reasons for the switch.
News 30 Jun 16
Guaranteed products gain in volatile markets, says Beechwood
Beechwood Bermuda, a provider of capital guaranteed investment plans for the international market, said current market volatility has put it on course for record monthly sales.
News 28 Jun 16
Australian adviser sues former employer for $1.5m bad advice
An Australian financial planner is suing his former employer Westpac Institutional Bank for A$800,000 ($591,704, £444,479) on the grounds that his colleagues gave him bad advice about investing in structured financial products.
News 31 May 16
Costs seen as top reason for ETF use, but income attractive
British professional investors are increasingly drawn in by the cost efficiency, liquidity and income earning potential of ETFs and ETPs, a study commissioned by Source UK Services found.
News 26 May 16
Eastspring teams up with Vontobel to offer funds in Taiwan
Eastspring Investments has announced a distribution agreement with Vontobel to offer funds in Taiwan, giving the asset manager access to retail investors in the key financial hotspot.
News 5 May 16
MCB launches Mauritius-based India sovereign bond ETF
MCB Capital Markets, the investment banking arm of the MCB Group in Mauritius, and ZyFin have launched an exchange traded fund which will provide international investors with access to the Indian sovereign bond market.
News 22 Mar 16
Fears of rising depositary fees follow Ucits V introduction
The introduction of a new law governing Ucits could lead to an increase in fees charged by depositary banks responsible for holding the funds, industry experts have warned.