- The era of persistently lower interest rates has introduced a new risk to the already challenged fund-manager industry.
- Joseph Mezrich, the head of equities quantitative strategies at Nomura, explained in a recent note why fund performance could be persistently lower, and what fund managers can do to remedy this.
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One of the defining features of the era since the Great Recession for investors has been the prevalence of low interest rates.
Equity fund managers have not been exempt from the impact of this trend. In fact, their portfolios have felt the pain over the read more >>>