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  • A comparative study of market efficiency in emerging markets: performance of passively and actively managed funds.

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    growth. Kawakastu (1999) shows United States investment in emerging markets grew from $138 million to $45 billion between 1985 and 1993. With this said, emerging markets thus provides robust opportunities for excess returns (alpha) and portfolio diversification (Aiello et al 1999). By way of exploiting this growing well of opportunities, many US equity investors have turned towards emerging markets in order to maximize its full potential in equity investments by investing in actively managed funds (mutual

  • The Pros And Cons Of Portfolios

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    For portfolio managers to experience positive returns they should be able to cover their expenses and costs of trading. Ian Domowitz, Jack Glenand Ananth Madhavan 2001 state that Investment performance reflects two factors 1. The underlying investment strategy of the portfolio manager 2. The execution costs incurred in realizing those objectives Donald B. Keim and Ananth Madhavan 1998 further state that there are two types of costs namely explicit and implicit costs also mentioned in Ian Domowitz

  • Wealth Management in the U.K.

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    describes the combination of personal investment management, finance advice, and financial planning for the benefit of high-net-worth clients. Robert J. McCann, former President of Global Wealth Management at Merrill Lynch was quoted describing wealth management addressing “every aspect of a client’s financial life in a consultative and highly individualised manner. “ (Financial Times Lexicon, 2014, Online) Wealth management seeks to help grow a client’s investment portfolio size, provide an income

  • Islamic Unit Trust Case Study

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    CONVENTIONAL UNIT TRUST Similarities Islamic unit trust and conventional unit trust generally make a same transaction and system. They both handled the transaction on collected money that are pooled to be invested in a diversified portfolio of authorized investment by a professional managed organization on behalf of the unit trust’s investors. The authorized regulatory body that is responsible of both unit trust funds is the Securities Commission (SC). The body is actually the one who makes an important role

  • Analysis Of Goldman Sachs

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    form 10-K, Goldman Sachs is a: “global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides a wide range of financial services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments and high-net-worth individuals”. (Goldman Sachs Form 10-K, 2009) Goldman’s three primary business segments are investment banking, asset management, and trading and principal investments. Investment banking involves capital raising, merger

  • Tak Asset Management Case Study

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    thorough accepting of our clients’ investment goals and create tailored solutions that generate real returns. TAML is also attentive on extensive due diligence, independent investment judgment and a decision matrix based on the fundamental and technical evaluation. We have a dedicated team that consists of highly experienced and diverse investment professionals. OUR INVESTING OPTIONS: PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT SERVICE: This service is provided under our wealth management scheme and is rendered via

  • Brian Brranigan Case Study

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    2111. The rule requires that a “recommended transaction or investment strategy involving a security or securities is suitable for the customer” (FINRA, 2012). When working with his new clients, Clint and Carrie Cohen, Brian made an investment recommendation that abided Rule 2111, as it was a suitable fit for the Cohens, however, Brian had chosen this investment because it offered himself a higher commission. There were other investments that could have been a better fit for the couple, but Brian

  • Memorandum of Understanding

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    No........................... (hereinafter referred to as the “Investment Manager”) as the Party of the Other Part. WHEREAS IT STATES AS FOLLOWS; (1) The investor is a citizen of Thailand whose name is Mr Suriya Jungrungreangkit with Passport No:X782555. Who has the fund amounting to ( $21.000.000.00 )(Twenty One Million United State Dollars ) for investment in profitable ventures in united Kingdom. (2) The Investment manager is a citizen of United kingdom whose name is MR.PHILIP

  • Effects of Sudden Wealth on the Winners

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    “A fool and his money are soon parted” (Unknown) people who are lucky enough to become suddenly rich will only ruin their life in the long run, either by winning a lottery, having a successful investment, or just claiming an inheritance, with these categories there are same effects: bothering charities, filing for bankruptcy within next five years, and unlasting happiness. Charities will often ask money through organizations, for sudden wealthy, charities wouldn’t leave them alone till they get

  • The Worldwide Reputation of Morgan Stanley

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    institutional and investment banking clients” (http://www.morganstanley.com/about/inside/history.html?page=about). According to the Morgan Stanley’s website, it states that “Morgan Stanley is one of the world's largest diversified financial services companies, with a reputation for excellence in advice and execution on a global scale. Our Firm enjoys leading franchises in three attractive businesses: Global Securities, where Morgan Stanley serves individual and institutional investors and investment banking

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