Given recent debates among various academics and practitioners, you may find this hard to believe but, writes Brendan McCurdy, the magnitude of a portfolio's ups and downs should still matter hugely to investors
Is volatility, as a measure of risk, dead? Of course not. You might not think it, given recent debates among quite a few academics and practitioners, but the magnitude of a portfolio's ups and downs matters...
Figures also show 'extreme home bias'
New research from Cerulli Associates highlighted that only 29% of clients felt that their financial adviser had the highest level of expertise to run their portfolio. What should advisers draw from these stark figures and is a team approach needed?
Clients were faced with harsh realities last year and many are still reeling from the changes
While inflation is expected to rise after last year’s lows, it will likely be transitory. Sunil Krishnan explores what this means for the economy, yield curves and equity markets.
Industry Voice: How climate change can impact return expectations and what this means for multi-asset investors
Climate change affects the long-term asset class return assumptions that underpin portfolio construction and multi-asset investors need to consider its implications carefully.
Stewardship being 'transformed by pension schemes'
Jones takes on the brief after five years on the board, serving and chairing committees