The devil is in the detail

"A recent EDHEC survey on equity factor investing highlights that one of the primary motivations of asset owners to invest in smart equity factors was to replace costly active managers with ind ...

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Eric Shirbini

Global Product Specialist

"A recent EDHEC survey on equity factor investing highlights that one of the primary motivations of asset owners to invest in smart equity factors was to replace costly active managers with indices representative of a choice of factors that are well-rewarded over the long term."

Type: Press article
Date: le 01/03/2018
Source : Asia Asset Management

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