Chief executive of Swiss asset management giant GAM Alexander Friedman is under increasing pressure from key shareholders, following a series of crises that have hit the firm since he took up the role in 2014, according to reports.
Friedman's tenure has overseen a profits warning caused by an unsuccessful acquisition, a faltering share price and, most recently, from the suspension of Tim Haywood. According to the Financial Times,...
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Why the traditional approach of combining bonds and equities is not the best way to improve risk-adjusted returns
Partner Insight: The way in which bonds have been so successfully combined with equities in the past 35 years has been contingent on them delivering high returns in periods of equity market stress. Yet in half of the 20-year periods over the past 120...
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