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Funds management marketing set to change with new wave of generative AI tech

The task of standing out in a crowded market place is not getting easier for product providers. Generative AI may hold the key, Michael Kollo says.

James Dunn | 22nd Apr 2024 | More
After a brutal period, active equity managers look to turn a corner

While some may have gotten a little kick out of watching the tall poppies of the investment landscape get cut down over the last decade, it’s worth remembering that stock pickers provide critical degrees of diversification and balance to the ecosystem. It may have been a tough old decade, but this cohort is nothing if not resilient.

Tahn Sharpe | 15th Apr 2024 | More
‘Adapt or fail’: 16pc of asset managers to vanish by 2027: PwC

While PwC expects the asset and wealth management sector to see a rebound in assets under management by 2027, it predicts a vastly changed landscape in which the top 10 per cent of managers will control half of all mutual fund assets globally.

Lisa Uhlman | 24th Jul 2023 | More
  • Active management outperformance rarely lasts: US study

    While active management can provide pockets of outperformance both here and globally, research from S&P Global suggests maintaining above-benchmark returns is difficult to maintain.

    Staff Writer | 19th Jun 2023 | More
    The grassroots Spatium journey from startup SMA to thriving managed fund

    Eschewing the traditional route, Spatium Capital founders Nicholas Quinn and Jesse Moors grew their short-holding, long-only small companies managed fund from the seeds of a separately managed account.

    Tahn Sharpe | 6th Mar 2023 | More
    ‘China’s goal is not to kill capitalism’: Foord embraces tidal shift on Asia

    While the market is broadly underweight China, South African-based Foord Asset Management is confident that President Xi Jinping’s economic plan for the country will bear fruit over time.

    Nicholas Way | 1st Dec 2022 | More
  • Market neutral strategies swerve volatility, diffuse market risk

    Recent market turbulence has brought market neutral long short strategies into primacy, with funds able to look at companies with a clear lens and avoid taking large binary positions.

    Tahn Sharpe | 20th Sep 2022 | More
    Chris Cuffe’s top 10 lessons revisited

    Chris Cuffe first let the industry know, in 2015, what his 10 biggest lessons from years at the top in funds management were. He revisited and updated the list in September 2019 and has now done so once again. But the original list is probably timeless. He also added a few extra tips last week,…

    Greg Bright | 2nd Nov 2020 | More