Tag Archives: Asset Management

Goldsky Asset Management to Open Offices in Both Hong Kong and Singapore

03 Oct
Goldsky Asset Management

Australian quantamental investment and data science firm, Goldsky, has announced today it will open offices in both Hong Kong and Singapore. SYDNEY, Oct. 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Goldsky Asset Management, a Proprietary Quantamental Investment and data science firm, has announced today it will open offices in both Hong Kong and Singapore cementing its presence in Asiaand the confidence it has in the APAC region. The APAC […]

China’s ICBC Sets Up Global Asset Management Company

04 Nov
China’s ICBC Sets Up Global Asset Management Company

The banking giant’s offshore investment subsidiary is going global, restructuring to serve both domestic and foreign investors. The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, the world’s biggest bank by assets, is rebranding and restructuring its offshore investment subsidiary into a global asset management company, an executive at the company confirmed. The new Hong Kong-based entity, […]

Hedge funds in the crosshairs

30 May
Hedge funds in the crosshairs

Hedge funds have long been viewed as one of the more untouchable areas of the financial markets, and now 30,000 Canadian investors, along with a handful of pension funds, know why: Quite literally, they can’t touch their money. More than $1.2-billion they invested in two domestic hedge fund companies has been frozen by securities regulators […]

The Gabelli Global Gold, Natural Resources & Income Trust IPO Raises $332 Million

30 Mar
Trust Golf players in field

RYE, N.Y.- March 29, 2005–Gabelli Asset Management Inc., (NYSE:GBL) today announced the initial public offering of common shares of the Gabelli Global Gold, Natural Resources & Income Trust, a new closed-end fund investing primarily in equity securities of gold and natural resources companies. The Fund intends to earn income primarily through a strategy of writing […]

Following the herd could cost you dear

28 Jan
Woman using mobile phone with laptop on wooden table and you could do

For investors who bought technology funds during the internet boom, only to see their value halve when the bubble burst, studying “behavioural finance”, the analysis of irrational investor behaviour, could pay big dividends. Behavioural finance contrasts with the traditional argument that markets are “efficient” that is, share prices reflect publicly available information. According to this […]