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Exchange-traded funds that give investors exposure to emerging markets debt are increasingly popular and funds denominated in local currencies are also on the rise
A Morningstar report says synthetic exchange-traded funds have made welcome strides in tackling counterparty risk, but transparency is still lacking in multiple counterparty ETFs
As the regulatory environment gets tougher for UK retail banks, some industry figures warn of an exodus of IFAs from the retail market in order to target high-net-worth investors
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Finra has issued a regulatory notice responding to questions about its 2010 suitability rule
Vanguard has launched its first exchange-traded funds in Europe with five listings on the London Stock Exchange
Investors in Europe have been buying structured products linked to Facebook since its stock market launch and now US investors will get a chance to do the same as the first product linked to the com...
Concentration issues and a lack of diversification cited as problems in Edhec-Risk survey, though no alternatives in sight
Macro strategy boutique Parala Capital has signed its first index deal with Dow Jones Indexes
Ex-SG commodities executives Christophe Cordonnier, Frédéric Lasserre and François Beuzelin launch broad-based discretionary fund
The first exchange-traded funds to offer daily leveraged exposure to US and UK sovereign debt have been listed in Europe
Pimco and State Street launch new actively managed ETFs as US and Canadian markets see strong surge in assets under management
Most independent financial advisers are still unprepared for the implementation of the FSA's Retail Distribution Review, according to market participants
Institutional investors in Europe favour fixed-income and alternative assets as they continue de-risking their portfolios, with a focus on cost-effective market exposure and downside protection
JP Morgan is to use S&P Indices' new Italy LargeMidCap Index as the basis for bespoke structured products
Thirty-five dual directional structured products have been issued so far this year in the US, but research from a securities consulting firm warns against them
The potential ban on the sale of unregulated collective investment schemes to retail will also reduce the range of investments in the private wealth sector, say industry participants
European exchanges record higher trading volumes in investment certificates and leverage products in the first quarter of the year
Market participants in the UK are optimistic that the removal of commission in favour of fees for financial advice as part of the Financial Services Authority's Retail Distribution Review will help ...
iShares is offering a play on uncertainty in the eurozone with the launch of eight ETFs that offer exposure to the sovereign debt of individual eurozone members
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