Asset allocation is one of the most important decisions facing investors. Finding the appropriate mix of stocks, bonds and other assets should be straightforward and intuitive, yet a bit beyond the old "100 minus your age" formula. Professor Javier Estrada offers a three-step approach to asset allocation he calls GHAUS.
The greed and reckless actions of certain financial institutions were instrumental in provoking the 2007-08 global financial crisis. However, as IESE's Antonio Argandoña argues in a 2016 book, many public and private institutions, as well as society as a whole, must also shoulder some of the blame to prevent a recurrence. Argandoña offers a look at the ethical dimensions of the crisis.
Kolarova, Lenka; Dávila, Antonio; Johnson, Rob; Kelly, Peter
Search funds are gaining traction overseas. According to the 2016 study by IESE, in partnership with Stanford Graduate School of Business, last year saw a new peak of international activity spanning four continents (outside North America). In addition to calculating early returns, IESE's report paints a picture of who is searching for what, where, why and how.