IPOs climb on the first trading day – but will disappoint in the long run, study finds

When an IPO is introduced to the market, the price usually climbs on the first trading day. But looking at the newly listed equity over a long period of time, their performance is weaker than the market in general, according to a CBS master's thesis.

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Danske Bank AM: Handling risk is our competitive edge for the future

With markets changing -- and doubts the nine-year-old bull market will live to be ten -- asset managers are facing a different set of demands. Recently crowned "Best Nordic Asset Manager" by Swedish benchmark provider Prospera, Danske Bank AM tells AMWatch what the future holds for the sector.

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Job shifts continue in the asset management industry despite the summer lull. With the chair of a Danish Credit Boutique stepping down, here are the week's essential recruitment moves:

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