Active managers are suffering a perilous pandemic

[LONDON] The failure of equity fund managers to deliver outsize returns commensurate with the fees they charge for their stock-picking services continues to be a source of ammunition for advocates of lower-cost index tracking products. Less scrutinised, although equally dreadful, is the seeming...

COMMENTARY

Let Libor survive the virus to die another day

LIBOR, once dubbed the world's most important number, is scheduled to perish from the end of next year. With the fallout from the pandemic demanding the full attention of banks, it would be better to grant it an official stay of execution.

OPINION

The robots are coming for fund management jobs

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