Robo-Advising for Small Investors: Evidence from Employee Savings Plans

We study the introduction of robo-advising on a large representative sample of Employees Saving Plans. The robo-advisor proposes a portfolio allocation and alerts investors if their allocation gets too far from the target, while investors remain free to follow or ignore the advices.We find that relative to self-managing, accessing the roboservice increases the amount of … Continued

Shifts & Narratives #4 – In search of a new international order

Profound changes in the international arena are underway. Together the EU, China and the United States are the three largest economies in the world. Whereas, previously, economic and geopolitical issues were treated separately, it is increasingly clear that the United States and China are using their economic power for geopolitical purposes. Such geopolitical leadership has … Continued

Amundi Pension Funds Letter n°11

Unexpected opportunities for pension funds In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, a lot of discussion has focused on the worsening of the retirement prospects of savers around the world. Indeed, exceptional policies, such as the possibility of raiding retirement pots in advance and the low interest rate environment supported by dovish monetary policies, could … Continued

Robo-Advising: Less AI and More XAI?

We start by considering some of the key reasons behind the academic and industry interest in robo-advisors. We discuss how robo-advice could potentially address some fundamental problems in investors’ decision making as well as in traditional financial advice. We then move on to some of the ongoing issues regarding the future of roboadvice. Firstly, the … Continued

Shifts & Narratives #2 – Inflation: something deep awakens

One year ago, as the Covid-19 crisis had just begun, wrote about its potential inflation implications from both a cyclical and a structural standpoint. Cyclically, the crisis was already generating a combination of demand and supply shocks that could only increase short-term inflation volatility and sectoral fragmentation. Structurally, we saw its potential to accelerate policy and … Continued

Temperature scores: an innovative tool for ESG fundamental investors

2021 will be a pivotal year to curb climate change. Although global CO2 emissions dropped 7% in 2020 due to the effects of Covid-19-related lockdowns, stronger action will be needed at the upcoming Conference of the Parties (COP) 26 to keep temperature increases below 2°C and towards 1.5°C.1 Achieving the 1.5°C goal will require net zero global emissions … Continued

Do not give up on fundamental valuations

SOMETHING HAS TO GIVE IN A REGIME SHIFT. BE PREPARED, THERE WILL BE OPPORTUNITIES FOR VALUE INVESTORS. THE GREAT DIVERGENCE It’s been one year now since the Covid-19 pandemic disrupted the world. It changed our lives, but financial markets seem to have side-lined this dramatic event as a temporary pullback, which was quickly recovered and … Continued

Brexit

Amundi has initiated a series of interviews on major themes usually addressed during the Amundi World Investment Forum with renowned speakers. Discover the theme ‘Brexit’ featuring: Jean-Jacques Barbéris Head of Institutional and Corporate clients Division Amundi Teresa May Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party from 2016 to 2019

Responsible Investing and Stock Allocation

We analyze the portfolio choices of approximately 913,000 active participants in employee saving plans in France. Looking at the cross-section of equity exposure, we find that the inclusion of responsible equity options in the menu of available funds is associated with a 2.1% higher equity allocation by plan participants. Compared to an average equity asset … Continued

Monetary Policy New Frontiers?

Amundi has initiated a series of interviews on major themes usually addressed during the Amundi World Investment Forum with renowned speakers. Discover the second theme ‘Monetary Policy New Frontiers?’ featuring: Pascal BlanquéGroup CIO, Amundi Stephanie KeltonProfessor of Economics and Public Policy, Stony Brook University

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