EDHEC 94% of investors plan to up smart-beta exposure

The firm's European ETF and Smart Beta Survey 2016, which polled 211 European investment professionals with significant assets under management, found 94% are planning to raise their allocation to smart-beta in the next three years in order to improve the performance of portfolios and manage risk.

Author(s) :

Tom Eckett

The firm's European ETF and Smart Beta Survey 2016, which polled 211 European investment professionals with significant assets under management, found 94% are planning to raise their allocation to smart-beta in the next three years in order to improve the performance of portfolios and manage risk.

Type : Article de presse
Date : le 21/06/2017
Source : Investment Week

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