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A range of transparent benchmarks can be used by investors seeking to target specific risk factors, rules-based strategies or market segments, complementing traditional active and passive analysis.
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FTSE Russell’s China Index Series cover all Chinese share types, multiple asset classes and investment themes including style, dividend yield, fundamentally weighted and property.
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FTSE Russell recently asked 250 of the largest institutional investors across North America, Europe and Asia (14% of which were based in Canada) with more than $2 trillion in invested assets for their opinion on “smart beta” indexes and investment strategies based on them. For purposes of its annual survey, FTSE Russell defines a “smart beta” index as a market index which is not traditionally market cap-weighted, but rather built on other approaches such as alternative weighting, selecting for single factors or combining multiple investment factors.
By: Mat Lystra, Sr. Research Analyst
When we think about frontier markets as investment options, concerns like corruption, rule of law (or lack thereof) and inaccessible government services might come to mind. These are the types of risks that make for catchy news headlines but they shouldn’t necessarily be showstoppers when considering this segment of the market. To get the whole picture, one needs to consider the factors outside of the headlines that drive performance.
FTSE Russell, a leading global index provider, today announced that it has published its annual Statement of Compliance with recommendations made by the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO), as laid out in the Principles for Financial Benchmarks and published in July 2013 (the IOSCO Principles). As with the previous statements, FTSE Russell has sought independent assurance from KPMG LLP.
FTSE Russell, the global index and data provider, today announces it will launch its new FTSE NSX Index Series on 1 July. FTSE Russell has calculated Namibian-focused indexes since 2002 but these were previously included in the broader FTSE JSE Index Series.