Company boardrooms have undoubtedly evolved over the past twenty-odd years, but the human characteristics and traits needed to be an effective board member remain largely unchanged. A lot can be achieved with trustworthy, capable individuals, something which, in my humble opinion, is truer today than it has ever been.
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It was a terrible year for active equity managers in 2014 with 80% of all US large-cap active equity managers underperforming the S&P 500 benchmark*, a trend that was unfortunately replicated worldwide. This bad performance has unsurprisingly ignited a debate in the press and among investors on whether or not active… Read the article