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  1. BLOG

    GLOBAL EQUITY ALLOCATION: A NEW PARADIGM IS DEVELOPING 

    Apr 29, 2015 Remy Briand

    Global Investing

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    Maintaining a “home bias” in the equity portfolio may come with huge opportunity costs. In a 2012 study MSCI prepared for Norway’s Ministry of Finance, we examined...

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    CHINA A-SHARES: TOO BIG TO IGNORE 

    Feb 11, 2015 Chin Ping Chia

    Global Investing

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    China A-Shares are too big to be ignored but remain difficult for many institutional investors to access. How can global investors avoid a stock market that is now the world’s third-largest, with a total market value of nearly USD 4 trillion, putting it just behind the United States and Japan?

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    SMALL CAPS - NO SMALL OVERSIGHT 

    Dec 9, 2014 Raman Aylur Subramanian

    Global Investing

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    Many institutional investors recognize that their reference universe should include large-, mid- and small-cap equities and that smaller companies should earn a risk premium over larger ones. In practice, however, many of these investors - particularly in Europe and Asia - underweight the small-cap segment.

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    SOME LIKE IT HOT: VERY ACTIVE MANDATES IN A CORE-SATELLITE STRUCTURE 

    Nov 24, 2014 Raman Aylur Subramanian

    Global Investing

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    Investors have long debated the benefits of active versus passive investing. There are institutional investors with strong convictions in each camp, but many have become increasingly pragmatic, combining active and passive mandates in pursuit of the best risk-adjusted return.

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    The Next Generation of Global Investors 

    Jan 21, 2014 Chin Ping Chia

    Global Investing

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    We’ve observed that many institutional investors have abandoned their historical domestic-equity bias and now view global equities as a single, broad asset class. In high-growth economies, however, particularly in Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Africa and Latin America, many investors remain focused primarily on domestic stocks.

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