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He added: “Smart beta is no panacea, but it does have the potential to help with [these] major and emerging challenges.”The report said that the persistent low interest rate environment had it made it tough for many investors to achieve low-risk returns, leading to shorter investment time horizons.More than three-quarters of respondents (78%) said they felt under pressure to deliver portfolios with strong performance in a shorter timeframe, Invesco said.The report – Smart beta strategies: more bricks for portfolio building – examined the drivers of smart beta adoption, the implementation challenges faced by current users, and the expectations for future allocation.Well over half of institutional investors said they would be interested in smart beta in the fixed-income space with credit, corporate bonds and high-yield corporate bonds areas investors would consider investing in.Paul added: “Attention must therefore be paid to further education, further product innovation, and – especially in the fixed income space – building partnerships with fund providers, if [investors’] expectations are not to be disappointed.”In equities, Invesco said there were still plenty of opportunities with more than half of users saying they would consider smart beta exposure for Asia Pacific and emerging market equities.Quality, momentum and multi-factor were the current leading strategies, with usage of these three strategies doubling from 2016 to 2017, particularly amongst retail investors.Invesco said it had also noted increasing sophistication among smart beta users, with investors’ knowledge increasing in direct proportion to the length of their investment in smart beta.There was also a noticeable shift from traditional, asset-based allocation to more risk-based allocation as knowledge increases.Although smart beta was growing, there was entrenched scepticism amongst non-users in Invesco’s survey, over half of whom explained their reluctance as coming from a firm belief in active management.However, some 42% of non-users said that they would consider deploying smart beta in the future, with traditional strategies their most likely route into the strategy. Faced with an increasingly difficult investment environment, a growing number of investors are looking to significantly increase allocations to smart beta strategies, according to a survey conducted by Invesco PowerShares.The exchanged-traded fund provider spoke to 435 institutional and retail investors in six European markets, and found that allocation to smart beta strategies was expected to rise to 23% (from the current 13%) over the next three years.The rise was linked to investors dealing with the challenges posed by low yields, scarce value and shorter investment horizons, the report said.Mike Paul, head of Invesco PowerShares in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, said: “Smart beta has been one of the definitive market trends of the past decade with expectations for further strong growth driven by innovative approaches to challenges faced by investors such as low yields and finding value.”
After a convincing 2-0 triumph over Loyola University Chicago Monday night, the University of Wisconsin women’s soccer team has won consecutive games for the first time this season.The Badgers took an early lead over the Ramblers and never looked back. Less than 20 minutes into the game, UW freshman Grace Bahr put Wisconsin on the board first after an assist from the veteran senior midfielder Micaela Powers. The score was the first of Bahr’s collegiate career.The second and final goal of the game came from junior forward Sydney McGinnis in the 29th minute, giving the Badgers a two-goal advantage before the half.With the win, Wisconsin improved to (3-2-3 overall) and secured the team’s second road victory this season before they begin conference play against Ohio State University later this weekend.Women’s soccer: Redemption on team’s mind after heartbreak of 2015Between Sept. 20 and Oct. 24, 2015, the Wisconsin women’s soccer team did not lose a game. After tying once Read…On the other hand, Loyola Chicago’s search for a win continued as the Ramblers fell to (0-5-2). Loyola Chicago has now lost five of their last six, and have been outscored 13-4 during that stretch.The Badgers have received help offensively from young and old alike so far this season. After the team’s 2-0 win over the Ramblers, the Badgers’ scoring contribution is now equal among upperclassmen and lowerclassmen.Powers has recorded two scores and McGinnis has added a single goal to the effort. While freshmen Bahr and Dani Rhodes combined with sophomore Emily Borgmann for a total of three scores as well.This game finally allowed Wisconsin to pass the two-goal mark this season after exposing the Ramblers’ defense. A feat that may seem surprising for a team that currently averages more than 6 shots on goal per game of 18.1 shots per game total.Women’s soccer: Badgers return to Madison for short homesteadThe Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team returns home this weekend from a tough California road trip in which they faced Read…Rose Lavelle — expected to be Wisconsin’s main offensive threat this year — is still chasing her first goal of the season. But she recorded her second point of the year on an assist to McGinnis in the 2-0 victory.One positive constant for the Badgers this season has been redshirt junior goalkeeper, Caitlyn Clem. Clem has played every minute of this season (800) in the net for Wisconsin, while recording 30 saves, four shutouts and a .857 save percentage. Her most recent shutout came against South Dakota State University last week, when the Badgers defeated the Jackrabbits 1-0.The Badgers kick off their Big Ten schedule this Friday, Sep. 16 at 7 p.m. when Wisconsin returns home to host Ohio State.
This Monday, numerous meetings are being held in LaLiga online. Thebes has not stopped for a second giving coverage to the different presidents of professional football, while he has been in permanent contact with national and international institutions to discuss what to do in the coming months. At 12:00 the Management Committee began, in which Rocío Pérez de Sevilla is already present and fully integrated, and afterwards a meeting will be held by videoconference with the Delegate Commission to which six First-rate clubs belong. (Madrid, Seville, Betis, Valencia, Villarreal and Levante) and six others from Segunda (Depor, Cádiz, Las Palmas, Alcorcón, Almería and Lugo). LaLiga, after this meeting, announced the suspension of the elections to the second vice presidency of LaLiga.According to different interviews that he has recently given for his experience in the media, Rocío Pérez de Sevilla is clear about the first thing to do when difficulties arise: “Managing emotions is the most difficult thing in crisis communication.”The entry of Rocío Pérez from Seville does not mean, at the moment, any exit from the communication department but rather a restructuring of the human resources that LaLiga already had since the arrival of Javier Tebas to the presidency in 2013. The president of LaLiga, Javier Tebas, spares no resources or efforts for the employers to take another leap of quality in the face of the exceptional situation experienced by the clubs. Despite the fact that he had been considering the option of strengthening the communication department for many months, it has been now, with the coronavirus crisis, when he has put a new professional at the forefront of the communication strategy. This is Rocío Pérez de Sevilla, specialist in crisis management and corporate communication, who had already been (very short) adapting to her new job. It was selected through a talent company by Roberto Bermúdez. She is the person who is coordinating LaLiga’s communication with the clubs to provide them with all the official information that is handled and, above all, to manage with them the plans to follow. She will be director of communication for the institutional section and will be below Joris Evers.Rocío Pérez de Sevilla comes from Atrevia’s corporate communication department. Although she is not especially an expert in soccer, the professionals who have worked alongside her acknowledge that she is highly trained and that she has not hesitated to accept the offer to be Javier Tebas’ right hand man from now on. The new star signing of LaLiga is already designing the internal and external communication plan with the clubs, many of which have recognized AS that things are being done very well in LaLiga in handling the situation thanks to the help of others and other professionals who have been working with them for many months since LaLiga.