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Alternatives route to avoid volatility, Tribeca points to track record

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  Sep 14, 2015 

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The end of the ‘easy money era’

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Managers urge consideration of alternatives in current market conditions

A number of fund managers have suggested alternative assets and investment strategies as ongoing volatility shakes confidence in mainstream asset classes. Read more

Name changes and acclaim for boutique managers

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Focused investment approaches launch new products

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Female fund managers few and far between

A study of US fund managers found less than 10 per cent of fund managers were women. much lower than female accountants or auditors. Read more

Index investing risky in emerging markets

Index investing in emerging markets is a meaningless exercise with individual markets too varied to create good returns from a passive investment strategy. Read more

Lack of will stymying funds management expansion

Australia’s funds management sector will not be able to expand into Asia without more political drive and a reconsideration of investment vehicle structures. Read more

Factor investing criteria needs examination

The criteria used to create factor investing should be examined, with some managers using in-house models that have not been tested in market conditions. Read more

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Track record will always trounce scale and distribution

The Tribeca district in New York is known for being close to Wall Street but not part of it and Tribeca Investment Partners has used this strategy over the best part of the past two decades. Read more

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