Manager Details

Europe

France
18 rue du 4 Septembre
75002 Paris
Italy
Piazza Affari 6
20123 Milan
United Kingdom
160 Dundee Street
EH11 1DQ
Edinburgh
United Kingdom
10 Paternoster Square
London
EC4M 7LS
Tel
44 (0) 20 7866 1810

Asia-Pacific

Australia
Governor Phillip Tower
Level 36
1 Farrer Place
Sydney NSW 2000
Tel
61 (0) 2 8823 3521
China
China Resources Building
Unit 1232 - Level 12
8 Jianguomenbei Avenue
Dongcheng District
Beijing 100005
Tel
(8610) 5811 1918
China
31/F Jin Mao Tower
Room 3127
88 Century Avenue
Pudong Shanghai PRC 200120
Tel
86 (0) 21 2890 9720
Hong Kong
Two Exchange Square
Suites 3506 - 3508
35th Floor
8 Connaught Place
Central
Tel
852 2164 3200
Japan
NBF Hibiya Building
10th Floor
1-1-7 Uchisaiwaicho
Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 100-0011
Tel
81 (3) 3581 2764
Singapore
Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 2
Level 39 #3941
10 Marina Boulevard

EMEA

United Arab Emirates
Office 50
Level 15 - The Gate
PO Box 121208

Latin America

Brazil
Praia de Botafogo 228
16 andar - Sala 1623
Rio de Janeiro RJ 22250-040
Tel
55 21 3736 3726
Mexico
Paseo de los Tamarindos 400ª 5 piso
Col. Bosques de las Lomas
Mexico City C.P. 05120

Tel
52 55 3300 5108

North America

Canada
70 York Street
Suite 1520
Toronto ON
M5J 1S9
Tel
1 866 551 0617
United States
1270 Avenue of the Americas
28th Floor
New York NY 10020
Tel
1 866 551 0617
United States
One International Place
14th Floor
Boston MA 02110
Tel
1 866 551 0617
United States
30 South Wacker Drive
Suite 2251
Chicago IL 60606
Tel
1 866 551 0617
United States
555 California Street
San Francisco CA 94104
Tel
1 866 551 0617
United States
1201 3rd Avenue
Suite 2500
Seattle WA 98101
Tel
1 866 551 0617
Head Office
10 Paternoster Square
London
EC4M 7LS
United Kingdom
Company website:
https://ftserussell.com

What’s new

  • managing market volatility

    Managing Market Volatility

    White papersFri, 23 Aug 2019

    Interested in understanding the state of volatility in the current market? This comprehensive package from Clear Path Analysis and FTSE Russell covers all the important focal points with top industry thought leaders including two robust roundtable debates, a white paper and an interview

  • a focus on funded status volatility of corporate db plans

    A focus on funded status volatility of corporate DB plans

    White papersFri, 23 Aug 2019

    Year after year, corporate DB plan sponsor surveys show controlling funded status volatility (surplus risk) as the top priority for their organizations. When liabilities grow faster than plan assets, additional cash contributions are required. At the same time, pension assets and liabilities have become prominent parts of company financial statements that investors use to evaluate company health.

  • study finds value factor applies to fixed income too

    Blog | Study finds value factor applies to fixed income too

    White papersThu, 22 Aug 2019

    The value effect refers to the tendency of stocks with lower valuation ratios to earn above average returns over the long run. This effect—also referred to as the “value premium”—is one of the most well studied and evidenced market factors in equities. However, when it comes to fixed income, there hasn’t been a widely accepted definition of the value factor.

  • whats holding back small caps

    Blog | Index IDEA: What's holding back small caps?

    White papersWed, 21 Aug 2019

    While US small-cap stocks have had decent returns in 2019, they still lag US large caps, with a total return of 11.7% for the Russell 2000 Index relative to a 17% total return for the Russell 1000 Index.* So, what’s holding back US small caps and is it time to give the asset class a second look?

  • not all yield curve inversions are created equal

    Blog | Not all yield-curve inversions are created equal

    White papersTue, 20 Aug 2019

    The inversion of a widely watched part of the US Treasury yield curve last week has rattled markets already nervous about slowing global growth. Such events warrant attention given their recession-predicting history. But the macro and monetary forces driving the recent inversion differ starkly from those in 2006, the first of such inversions preceding the last recession.

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