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  Aug 31, 2015 

Fund Manager Profile

Time right for small managers to make it big

Rolling shifts in asset management will push boutique managers to the fore, according to Cameron Harrison Asset Management, which, as Jason Spits writes, has used these trends to launch its own move into the retail market. Read more

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Factor investing will expose both passive and active

Factor investing will continue to attract investors disappointed in active and passive investments but blended strategies may also expose investors to risks. Read more

Zenith finishes on top

For the second year running, Zenith Investment Partners has come out on top of the pile to claim the title of Money Management’s Ratings House of the Year 2015, writes Nicholas O’Donoghue. Read more

Investors moving past black box with quant investing

Quantitative investing is likely to return to investor’s portfolios as they seek more uncorrelated investment options and move past seeing the strategy as a ‘black box’ approach. Read more

Pengana signs with US manager to offer absolute return fund

Boutique manager, Pengana, signs distribution deal with US manager to boost international equities offerings. Read more

Betashares adds new US ETFs to fund line-up

Betashares has expanded its exchange traded funds suite with the addition of two currency hedged funds focusing on returns from US equity exposures. Read more

Acquisitions play large part in strong fund manager results

Perpetual, Australian Unity and Fiducian report strong results driven by acquisitions and market growth. Read more

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