Cass Ethics with Philip Booth: Christian perspectives on the financial crash

Author(s):

Philip Booth

 et al.
Industry:
Banking

In the third edition of Cass Ethics, Philip Booth, Professor of Insurance and Risk Management, discusses ethics and religion.

Updated: 21/10/2011
Comments:
Views: 8,773

Investor reaction to mutual fund performance: evidence from UK distribution channels

Author(s):

Aneel Keswani

Industry:
Banking

Investor reaction to mutual fund performance conditions the behavior of mutual fund managers and fund complexes and thus has widely reaching ramifications for the trading of assets worldwide.

Updated: 01/01/2015
Comments: 14
Views: 8,528

Cass Ethics with Cameron Cartmell: diversity and inclusiveness at Ernst & Young

Author(s):

Edouard Larpin

 et al.

In the second edition of Cass Ethics, Cameron Cartmell a Partner at Ernst & Young tells us how important diversity and inclusiveness are in his firm.

Updated: 01/01/2015
Comments: 2
Views: 9,557

Cass Ethics with Paul Palmer: associated dean for ethics, sustainability and engagement

Author(s):

Paul Palmer

 et al.

The first video in the Cass Ethics 2010 series, with Professor Paul Palmer Associated Dean for Ethics, Sustainability and Engagement. explains how ethics strengthen corporate risk management?

Updated: 21/10/2011
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Views: 9,764

The flow-performance relationship around the world

We use a new dataset to study how mutual fund flows depend on past performance across 28 countries. We find that flows are convex in past performance creating an incentive for managers to take excessive risk.

Updated: 24/10/2011
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Views: 7,397

Human resource management in market scenarios: people management and the global economic crisis

The post-2008 global 'credit crunch' and consequent impact on real economies and business problems remain popular discussion topics for not just management and business, but also in the media, political and popular discourse. The impacts of the 'crunch' on the economy and management are wide and deep.

Updated: 03/01/2015
Comments: 49
Views: 10,772

Sector, region or function? A MAD reassessment of real estate diversification in Great Britain

Author(s):

Stephen Lee

 et al.

This paper re-examines whether it is more advantageous in terms of risk reduction to diversify by sector or region by comparing the performance of the 'conventional' regional classification of the UK with one based on modern socio-economic criteria using a much larger real estate data set than any previous study and the MAD portfolio approach.

Updated: 24/10/2011
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Views: 6,245

The Changing Benefit of REITs to the Mixed-Asset Portfolio

Author(s):

Stephen Lee

A number of studies have examined the allocation of public real estate securities (REITs) in the mixed-asset portfolio. Yet no study has explicitly examined what are the benefits REITs offer to the traditional capital market only mixed-asset portfolio, i.e. whether REITs are a return enhancer, diversifier, or both?

Updated: 04/01/2015
Comments: 24
Views: 8,061

Private real estate: risk diversifier, return enhancer or both?

Author(s):

Stephen Lee

A number of studies in the US have examined the optimum allocation of real estate in the mixed-asset portfolio and find that a large allocation to real estate can be justified.

Updated: 01/01/2015
Comments: 13
Views: 7,081