Funds appeal over Fannie and Freddie

Perry and Fairholme complain of ‘effective nationalisation’

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New low-volatility net asset value structure could curtail source of short-term finance

Big Chinese SOEs falsified revenues

Groups named by state auditor include State Grid and Cosco

NY watchdog probes Isdafix rigging

Benchmark used by traders to set prices for interest rate swaps

Fund managers fight against ‘unbundling’

Practitioners fight direct purchase of brokers’ research

The week: June 29

Pension funds and life assurers could be forced to cut payouts

EU money funds spring regulatory leak

New low-volatility structure could curtail short-term finance

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Equality struggle for Japan’s ‘womenomics’

Plan to up female corporate representation may be too ambitious

Profits and costs surge at asset managers

Staff pay, regulation and complexity of products drive costs

Lear jet on tarmac

Sweden attacks Norway’s oil fund

Questions over lack of oversight at companies fund invests in

Carl Rosén, chief executive of the Swedish Shareholders’ Association

Sweden fights ‘industry’s dirty secret’

Chief of shareholders’ association can handle corporate enemies


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