Getting the right result from your investment manager

It’s a results business and managers have to prove their worth within a relatively short timeframe

13th December, 2015
Active managers in a trustee group can be under pressure like top class managers Alex Ferguson

Trustee groups I work with face a number of choices when implementing an investment strategy. One important decision is whether to use passive or active investment managers.

Passive managers simply look to replicate a particular index. For example, for broad exposure to global equities, trustees could use a low-cost passive fund to replicate the performance of the Ftse World equity index, a global equity index of over 2,500 companies

Active funds, on the other hand, aim...

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