Secrets of the longest-lasting mutual funds
The world’s longest surviving mutual fund is almost 100 years old (MFS Massachusetts Investors, launched in 1924)! If it’s good performance that enables this and other similarly “antique” funds to survive and thrive, what are they doing that is delivering that performance for so long? What can we learn from them?Read More
Alarm bell over ‘valley of death’ for mid-sized asset managers
Outlook for companies with no competitive edge is bleak, warns consultancy firm Bain. But is it a perfect storm or a perfect opportunity?Read More
What will 2019 bring?
Now, I’m not one to wish the summer away and for those who are thinking that it’s too early to begin on the ‘New Year, new me’ mantra, I’m in total agreement. Being organised and staying ahead of the curve however certainly has its advantages, especially as many marketing functions feel the increasing pressure of having to justify their marketing spend.Read More