Focus on utilities and telecoms
'Traditional asset classes cannot be relied upon to provide enough diversification in multi-asset portfolios'
Fund managers from Investment Week's Alternatives Breakfast Briefing discuss how their varied strategies can help clients against a challenging market backdrop.
Offering dividend yield of 4%
Research from Harrington Cooper
Run by Konstantin Leidman
In partnership with green bond specialist
Infrastructure is hot, again. President-Elect Donald Trump says he is enthusiastic about upgrading the nation's crumbling roads and energy networks.
Fee restructures, a rise in fund closures and success for smaller managers are among the predicted themes for the hedge fund industry in 2017, according to consultancy Agecroft Partners.
In the immediate aftermath of the EU referendum, the spotlight fell on UK property and those who invest in it, writes Michael Barrie, director of fund management - property, at Legal & General Investment Management.
As macroeconomic and geopolitical developments buffet public markets and many asset classes offer yields at, or close to, cycle lows, many private investors are asking themselves: is my portfolio diverse enough?
Growing global private debt offering
US-based manager Sound Harbor Partners
Volatility target of 8%
Harrington Cooper's latest Asset Allocation Tracker
Changes to Wood Creek Capital Management
Private equity and multi-asset funds should rise
Cause and effect not so clear
Shenzhen-HK Connect to be beneficial
Some stocks trading at 'unsustainably' high levels
Managed by Jamie Kermisch
Merger of two divisions
Three alternative fund managers reveal their strategies for navigating uncertain markets and the tools they are using to deliver performance in a low-return environment.