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EDHEC Infrastructure Institute-Singapore (EDHECinfra) has released a new paper entitled “Searching for a Listed Infrastructure Asset Class” establishing that listed infrastructure securities cannot be considered a unique asset class.
In a new study entitled “Factor Investing and Risk Allocation: From Traditional to Alternative Risk Premia Harvesting”, drawn from the Lyxor Asset Management research chair on “Risk Allocation Solutions”, EDHEC-Risk extends the analysis of factor investing beyond traditional factors and seeks to investigate what the best possible approach is for harvesting alternative long short-risk premia.
The Next Generation Award champions young family business members who contribute to renew and energize their family business. To offer world-class family business education to the winner, EDHEC Family Business Centre is happy to collaborate with the FBN-I for t2016 he edition as academic partner.
The Graduation Ceremony of the EDHEC Family Business Global Executive MBA took place on Friday 27 of May.
ERI Scientific Beta, the smart beta index provider venture of EDHEC Risk Institute, today announced that assets tracking its smart beta indices had reached USD 10.3bn.
EDHEC Infrastructure Institute-Singapore (EDHECinfra) has released a new paper entitled “Cash Flow Dynamics of Private Infrastructure Project Debt”, drawn from the EDHEC-NATIXIS Research Chair on private infrastructure debt investments. This paper is the first empirical study of the dynamics of debt service cover ratio (DSCR) in infrastructure project finance and shows that focusing on certain data points and using advanced statistical methods can greatly improve investors’ ability to understand credit risk in private infrastructure debt.
ERI Scientific Beta, the smart beta index provider offshoot of EDHEC Risk Institute today announced a revolutionary “pay for what you get” approach to index pricing that will disrupt the traditional model of fixed fees on assets under management and enable investors to relate their fees directly to smart beta index performance.
As a part of the GEMBA Academic Programme, this intense module was a mix of lectures, meetings with local family business leaders and networking with students enrolled at Northeastern and following family business curriculum.
To celebrate their first time in Boston, the EDHEC Family Business Centre invited EDHEC Alumni to have a drink along with the cohort of Family Business GEMBA students.