Is fund size the enemy of performance?
When it comes to picking active managers, the choices today seem almost endless.
The last ten years have seen strong market returns driven to QE-fuelled highs. As monetary accommodation is reigned in, manager
We are launching a series of short videos called Gatemore In A Minute to share our thoughts on current investment
Anybody willing to wager on Brexit? We now know the date of the referendum and expect to see Boris and Dave throwing a myriad of statistics at us on the impact of our decision.Read more
It's that time of year again, when prognosticators - the so-called "experts" in a given field - take stock and give us insight into what we should expect in the coming year.Read more
Look out for George Cadbury’s Stumbling Giants article on Pensions Management Institute, where you can also download the PDF version.Read more
An article in FTfm yesterday entitled ‘Perverse’ consulting sector slammed highlights the anti-competitive practices of the big three consultancies and the resulting damages caused.Read more
Until about a year ago, investors were clamoring to invest in Master Limited Partnerships (“MLPs”). These companies, which engage in the transportation, storage, processing, and production of natural resources, stand to profit from the energy renaissance taking place in the U.S.Read more
Yale’s investment office, the progenitor of the formerly ballyhooed and more recently maligned “endowment model,” recently released results for their fiscal year 2015, which ended on 30th June.Read more
Sometimes even Cassandra catches a break. Two years ago we warned of the dangers of ‘risk parity’, an investment approach balancing portfolio allocations by risk before leveraging up the result, and with recent market stress it has been back in the headlinesRead more