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Brexit Panel Discussion

Mark Burgess, Chief Investment Officer, EMEA, and Global Head of Equities, discusses the short and medium-term impacts of the UK referendum vote to Leave the European Union.

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Alternative Beta

As institutional investors urgently seek ways to truly diversify their portfolios, alternative beta strategies offer a low cost, liquid alternative to multi strategy and fund of hedge funds.

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Behavioural Interventions

The foundation of a good financial outcome at and in retirement starts with saving sufficient throughout one’s working life, ideally from an early age. However, addressing the inadequacy of retirement provision is one of the biggest socio-economic challenges facing the UK.




The Future Book

The Pensions Policy Institute, commissioned by Columbia Threadneedle Investments, has published a new compendium of DC statistics, "The Future Book", setting out available data on the DC landscape, projections of the future aggregate value of DC assets, commentary and analysis of current trends.

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Not all active managers are created equal – what to look for and why


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Head Office
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
London
EC4N 6AG
United Kingdom
Contact
Sarah Seggie Tel. +44 (0) 20 7464 5000
Company website:
http://www.columbiathreadneedle.com
Parent Company:
Ameriprise Financial Inc.
Year Founded:
1994
No. of investment offices worldwide:
18

What’s new

  • Asset Allocation Update - MAY 2019

    Asset Allocation Update - MAY 2019

    Asset Manager NewsThu, 30 May 2019

    Cash flows and discount rates have moved in opposite directions over the past six months, and discount rate moves have triumphed. Take the year so far. Equity cash flows, proxied by earnings growth expectations1, have weakened across each major equity bloc or region, shifting horizontally to the left in Figure 1. Yet stock market returns have risen – moving up vertically – apparently shrugging off the weaker cash flow picture.

  • Responsible Investment Quarterly Q4 2018

    Responsible Investment Quarterly Q4 2018

    White papersThu, 30 May 2019

    Cloud computing, machine learning and the potential of the, as yet, relatively untapped field of data science have been rapidly rising up the agenda of the investment world. In an industry that is undergoing seismic changes, the capabilities, reach and efficiencies that data science innovation offers have potential to play an important role

  • Two quarters of turbulence: what the pre-Christmas plunge and new year rebound say about markets

    Two quarters of turbulence: what the pre-Christmas plunge and new year rebound say about markets

    White papersThu, 30 May 2019

    World equity indices plunged during Q4 last year before staging a powerful recovery, regaining virtually all the ground they had lost. This extraordinary turn of events may look irrational, but it tells a coherent story about the fragility of investor confidence as we navigate the end of this economic cycle and approach the US elections in 2020

  • Interpreting Brexit – impact of a hard or soft outcome

    Interpreting Brexit – impact of a hard or soft outcome

    White papersThu, 30 May 2019

    The UK’s departure from the European Union is still up in the air, despite setting a new date in October for leaving There remains no clarity on where the country will stand in terms of a deal by the time the formal process is triggered When the UK finally leaves, it probably faces two extremes – a hard or soft Brexit. Consensus suggests the former would cause more disruption

  • Global fixed income: it’s time for investors to stay watchful and nimble

    Global fixed income: it’s time for investors to stay watchful and nimble

    White papersThu, 30 May 2019

    In the space of just 12 months, markets have switched from expecting interest rate rises to expecting interest rate falls. Broadly speaking, this means 2019 should be a good year for fixed income. But investors are treading a fine line and need to differentiate between fixed income strategies.

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