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  • Investors targeting higher risk assets

    Most think private equity provides higher risk-adjusted returns than traditional asset classes

  • Judgement day for smart beta

    Smart beta has boomed while its marketing claims remained impossible to substantiate or refute, says Anthony Hilton, but credible data is now available

  • The big deal

    Orchestrating a merger with Standard Life to create the UK’s biggest asset manager is an uncharacteristically defensive move by Aberdeen CEO Martin Gilbert, says Alastair O’Dell, but it is the right decision for the business

  • Traders prep for French election

    Deutsche Bank analysts took a closer look at equity options and synthetics markets this week

  • Short sellers paying up as Snap hype fades

    Short sellers being charged anywhere between 15-25% in order to borrow shares

  • Fixed income ETFs shorted ahead of expected Fed rate hike

    Futures traders are fully convinced that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates at its March 15th meeting.

  • Global custody survey – now live

    The annual survey gives asset owners, asset managers and banks to rate their global custodians

  • Watkins to lead BNY Mellon Markets in EMEA

    Richard Gill is stepping down as European head of BNY Mellon Markets

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