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Asset Management in China: Expect Growth

Jul 8th, 2018 | Filed under: Consultants, Newly Added, Institutional Investing, What about beta?, High-net-worth investors, Asset Allocation Models, Institutional Asset Management, Finance & Economics

A new study by Casey Quirk looks at asset management in China. It makes a bold claim: that by 2030, asset management strategies broadly defined will account for 10% of total Chinese wealth. That will be a more than doubling of the corresponding number at present: 4%. If China getsRead More

Taking A Global Look at Risk and Correlations

Feb 21st, 2012 | Filed under: Risk management

Comparing the different editions of the Axioma Quarterly Risk Review for 4th Quarter 2011 leaves some fascinating insights. For example, it is becoming more difficult over time, in much of the world, for investors to create significant diversification within the (domestic) equity portion of their portfolio, because the correlations of stock pairs have been increasing.Read More