Inflows into US exchange-traded funds are expected to favour risky equity assets this year, and will also express specific country or sector views, according to iShares.
This handy guide reviews the various steps banks are taking to improve their risk management techniques, looking at the benefits and pitfalls of each one.
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BlackRock is launching four new Australian exchange-traded funds (ETFs), including the iShares S&P/ASX 20, the S&P/ASX High Dividend fund. There will also be ETFs tracking the MSCI Australia 200 and the S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries. * Deutsche Bank's db...
The physically backed commodity ETF market is set to grow with the inclusion of Copper as JP Morgan and Blackrock file with the SEC
iShares says it is looking at how it can improve transparency around securities lending
Wells Fargo is offering an accelerated growth product linked to four funds, one of which is an exchange-traded fund. Market participation is set at 125% and the maximum return from the three-and-a-half year product is 44% plus the return of capital
Investors received a fixed return of 16.8% from their investments in the iShares/Xinhua China 25 index fund. Kickout for the 18-month, autocallable structured product took place after one year, at the first date possible.
In review this month are a five-year principal-protected product linked to the FTSE 100, a five-year accelerated growth product linked to the iShares MSCI Brazil Index Fund and a one-year reverse convertible linked to Ford Motor.
Technology can provide a competitive advantage in banking. How it is applied by Tier 1 and Tier 2 institutions, to the benefit for their risk management systems, is discussed.
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