The 2002 bear market in US stocks wiped out more than US$7 trillion of value. “Consequences could be very painful,” said Remi Olu-Pitan, who manages a multi-asset fund at Schroder Investment Management Ltd in London. “We have had a liquidity-fuelled .
Sereit has about €30m worth of investment capacity that it plans to deploy by the end of 2017 and the group has chosen Spain as the most likely area to invest these funds. Asset manager Schroders set up Sereit to be a Europe-focused fund and then.
Schroder Investment Management (Luxembourg) has selected RBC Dexia Investor Services to provide locally-required Canadian sub-recordkeeping services for 23 of its Luxembourg investment funds, which are being distributed to offshore clients through the.
This is surprising, given that mainstream fund managers have access to one of the most tangible successes in EU cross-border services — funds known as Ucits can be sold right across the EU, typically from London, Luxembourg or Dublin. Brexit would.
Using a bank? You could be losing money. Most banks show their transfer fee upfront. That’s only fair. But some of them sneak a markup into the exchange rate. And that’s not fair. A markup means you get a bad exchange rate. And that means you could.
It's a tale of two spa towns in Stage 4 of the Tour de France, which travels from Mondorf-Les-Bains, Luxembourg , to Vittel in the Lorraine region of northeastern France on Tuesday. Lorraine has shifted back and forth between French and German control.
“To expect an economy that has shrunk so badly, where there is no credit and no investment , to expect it to produce such a surplus is madness; it's complete madness. It's like condemning us to die.” Three days later, it's Varoufakis who's left beaten.
Telecom, Media, Tech & Venture Investing , IFC, Washington D.C.; Mirek Dusek, Head of Middle East and North Africa, World Economic Forum, Geneva; Alan Marcus, Head of IT, Telecom, Entertainment, World Economic Forum, New York; Chris Schroeder , .
SVT, Sweden's national broadcaster has set aside a budget of £11m for this year's show. But the cost of Eurovision has been larger-still for some countries. Vienna, last year's hosts, spent £28m while the Baku extravaganza of 2012 cost an eye-popping £48m.
Belgium held on to the top spot in 2015 with 44 hours on average spent in gridlock, while the Netherlands came in second with 39, Germany came in third with 38, Luxembourg ranked in fourth place with 33 and Switzerland came fifth, also with an average.