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The evolving position of the Investment Performance Measurement

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By: Bill Humphreys The role and position of Performance Measurement in the Asset Management In many asset management businesses Performance Measurement (and attribution) has been hidden in the middle or back office departments and isolated from the investment process itself. … Continue reading

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Investment Performance Challenges

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Gauging exchange-traded fund managed portfolios Morningstar’s EFT Investment conference saw an interesting panel discussion on the difficulties of gauging the performance of exchange-traded fund managed portfolios. The panel noted investor concerns with regard to these investments which were driven by … Continue reading

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How underperformance affects fund managers behaviour

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  In the article written by  Greg Richmond and Alistair Byrne, CFA within the Investment Risk and Performance series published by CFA Institute, authors are examining the ways in which fund manager behaviour changes after the experience of a period of … Continue reading

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Measuring portfolio performance

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Moneylife surveys Portfolio Management Schemes An Indian financial reporting group, Moneylife, has released an interesting survey into the public’s experience of Portfolio Management Schemes (PMS) a popular portfolio management service in India provided to clients by all major brokerage firms, asset … Continue reading

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