Smart beta: Fad and fashion – Part 1

Smart beta: Fad and fashion – Part 1

Smart beta came into play around 50 years ago when advisers looked for an alternative to the market cap-based indices approach. Since then, technology and industry competition has risen and it’s a whole new ballgame, Hope William-Smith finds. It’s hardly surprising...
Smart beta: Fad and fashion – Part 1

Smart beta: Fad and fashion – Part 2

Despite the fact that smart and alternative beta strategies have been around for 50 years, experts have said advisers and fund managers were still unclear on the difference, Hope William-Smith finds. Capital Fund Management (CFM) head of Asia-Pacific, Steve Shepherd...

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