Institutions shift more assets into smart beta

"(...) Investing in index funds that weight the indices they follow by factors other than market capitalisation is growing more common in large institutions. (...) Eric Shirbini, global research an ...

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Sophia Imeson

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Eric Shirbini

Global Research and Investment Solutions Director - ERI Scientific Beta

"(...) Investing in index funds that weight the indices they follow by factors other than market capitalisation is growing more common in large institutions. (...) Eric Shirbini, global research and investment solutions director at smart beta index provider ERI Scientific Beta, says that he has also seen institutional investors moving allocations away from active managers, as well as from some cap-weighted passive allocations, and placing them in smart beta. (...)"

Type: Press article
Date: le 27/11/2017
Research Cluster : Finance
Source : Financial Times

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