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AllianzGI adds ex-SLI strategist to boost EMD team's firepower
Recently-appointed department head adds strategist.
Why rocky markets and Tweets are driving vol fund inflows
Sector specialists dissect why investors are turning to more nuanced approaches.
What you need to know before buying a vol trading fund
Lupus alpha’s Mark Ritter reveals what selectors need to keep in mind before allocating to these strategies.
Don't let bad experiences burn you, say vol-trading stars
Feri’s Daniel Lucke and Florian Astheimer discuss why fund selectors have previously ignored vol trading funds.
The 10 most popular L/S equity funds over the last year
Citywire Selector reveals who readers are most closely following in this hotly-contested sector.
Pimco’s Kiesel strikes it lucky with gaming industry bets
Pimco’s Mark Kiesel says much of his Alt Ucits bond fund’s outperformance has come from rapidly-growing gaming companies.
‘Odd market behaviour’ is managed futures' biggest challenge
SEB’s Hans-Olov Bornemann expects strong swing back as market performance improves.
Don't be scared by change: how managed futures thrive
Fulcrum AM’s director Damien Leach says there are exciting opportunities to be had in the space.
Return profiles of CTAs are an ‘alien concept’ to investors
Garraway Financial’s Darran Goodwin reveals why investors struggle with CTA products.
RWC Partners merges Clapp’s L/S funds
London-based boutique opts to unite veteran's strategies.
China could become its own asset class, says BlackRock's Zhu
With miles to go to DM status, the firm's China chief reckons standalone recognition is more likely.
Lux in flux: Selectors debate the financial hub’s future
LONG READ: Long-serving selectors discuss how Luxembourg has evolved into one of the biggest financial centres in the world.
Exclusive: Walewski bolsters bond unit with new hire
Another former JPM portfolio manager will join the team next month.
Walewski reverses energy shorts and goes long
Fund selector favourite reveals why he has added exposure to the previously unloved sector.