Who are the victims of the LIBOR scandal?

Author(s):

Anthony Neuberger

Topic:
Finance
Industry:
Banking

Comment - Professor of Finance Anthony Neuberger comments on the LIBOR scandal and posits that financial institutions not involved in the rigging of the market can themselves be classed as victims.

Updated: 21/11/2013
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Views: 912

Pension Scheme Governance in a Risk-Focused World

A new study published by BNY Mellon, the global leader in investment management and investment services, in association with Cass Consulting presents a framework to help trustees better navigate the complexities of today's risk-focused world.

Updated: 22/10/2013
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Views: 965

The Guidance Gap - An investigation of the UK's post-RDR savings and investment landscape

In 2006 the Financial Services Authority (FSA) launched the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) to reconsider the way in which financial advice is provided to retail investors and savers. One major recommendation was that independent advisers should charge an explicit fee for their advice. This research looks into the willingness of UK retail savers and investors to pay for financial advice, and the implications for the large number of people research suggests would be unwilling.

Updated: 17/10/2013
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Views: 962

Global Reinsurance Masterclass series: 5. Strategic reinsurance relationships

Building and managing client relationships involves a significant investment of time and resource. In this Masterclass we show how reinsurers can manage their clients strategically, so that resources invested support the business strategy and 'pay off'; either directly or indirectly.

Updated: 15/10/2013
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Views: 648

Global Reinsurance Masterclass series: 4. Be a better reinsurer

Changes in the global reinsurance industry are having a profound impact on the internal operations of reinsurance firms. Success in this environment increasingly relies on a firm's ability to coordinate diverse pockets of specialised knowledge. This masterclass identifies the critical capabilities required to utilise these knowledge pools for optimum operational excellence.

Updated: 15/10/2013
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Views: 1,037

A simple formula for optimal management of individual pension accounts.

This research considers optimal investment for an individual pension savings plan in receipt of gradual contributions against which one cannot borrow, using expected power utility as the optimality criterion.

Updated: 25/09/2013
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Views: 503

Credit Suisse and Cass Business School Launch New Multi-Asset Indices

Credit Suisse has launched a series of investable indices designed to provide an efficient and cost-effective way to gain exposure to a multi-asset class investment strategy. The Trend Master Index series uses a trend-following strategy developed in collaboration with leading academics at Cass Business School to offer equity-like returns with significantly-reduced volatility.

Updated: 18/09/2013
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Views: 1,193

The Trend is our Friend: Risk Parity, Momentum and Trend Following in Global Asset Allocation

An examination of the effectiveness of applying a trend following methodology to global asset allocation between equities, bonds, commodities and real estate.

Updated: 26/07/2013
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Views: 2,796

Beyond borders: Charting the changing global reinsurance landscape

Author(s):

Paula Jarzabkowski

 et al.

This report is the result of a three-year study of the global reinsurance industry, covering the main stakeholders of cedents, reinsurers, and brokers. It examines the implications of profound change arising from shifts in regulation, consolidation in the key players, and increasing competition both within the reinsurance industry and from alternative capital providers.

Updated: 11/06/2013
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Views: 2,068