Norway ‘burnt’ foreign investors

Large investor accuses government of protecting Statoil

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Martin Gilbert of Aberdeen Asset Management.
Martin Gilbert discussed the impact of technology on the fund industry
An employee arranges U.S. 100 dollar notes for a photograph at the Korea Exchange Bank headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, on Monday, Aug. 8, 2011. The dollar dropped to a record low against the Swiss franc and fell for a second day versus the yen after Standard & Poor's downgrade of the U.S. added to concern the fiscal health of the world's biggest economy is slipping. Photographer: SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg ©Bloomberg
What could go wrong with economic forecasts? Frankly, anything, says James Mackintosh

LPFA to double in-house investment team

Pensions group to cut the number of external contracts

Investors start legal battle against OW Bunker

Nine investors try to ascertain if losses can be recovered

Redington will not offer fiduciary

Investment consultancy concerned about conflicts of interest

Martin Gilbert of Aberdeen Asset Management.

Aberdeen chief pays visit to Google

Martin Gilbert discussed the impact of technology

High fees, weak returns hit hedge funds

Growing awareness of the overall cost of alternative assets

When economists reach a conclusion, worry

What could go wrong with economic forecasts? Frankly, anything, says James Mackintosh

Andrew Telfer

Baillie Gifford: Passive funds could ‘damage the economy’

Andrew Telfer rails against UK pension proposals

Alliance Trust is a ‘jam tomorrow story’

Little has been done to brighten record of ‘indifferent delivery’

Grand goals for a humble fund structure

European long-term investment funds become attractive option

Warnings of a bloodbath in bonds

The Fed has signalled aggressive rate rises, writes David Oakley

Stormy Grexit tragedy is European farce

There are bigger problems than a Greek crisis, says John Dizard

Complex pensions require expert advice

The main concern for retirees is exhausting their assets in retirement

BlackRock surrenders top spot to JPMorgan

Third quarter proved a challenge for many managers

Eurozone prospects look better tomorrow

It is worth considering what quantitative easing would accomplish

Movers & shakers: December 15

Catherine Keating appointed chief executive of Commonfund

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