A lot has changed for Canada’s Top 40 money managers in last five years. Here’s a look back at the different themes we covered during that time:

November 2014: Fear factor
To preserve recent gains, pension funds are diversifying their assets—and facing the risk issue head-on
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May 2014: In it to win it
Afraid of losing money to market ups and downs? This report offers four key tips to manage volatility more effectively.
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November 2013: Breaking dawn
Canada’s Top 40 money managers are helping plan sponsors adapt to the new normal.
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May 2013: Time to retool
Investment managers rework their products to adapt to shifting markets.
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November 2012: At your service
There was a time when performance drove manager selection. What worked in the 1990s probably doesn’t work now.
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May 2012: Safety dance
One step forward, two steps back. That phrase seems to sum up 2011 for Canada’s Top 40 money managers.
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November 2011: Let me off!
While volatility is an ordinary, and expected, part of financial markets, its latest incarnation has been extraordinary.
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May 2011: We need to talk
Last year, Canada’s Top 40 money managers clocked substantial gains that pushed them back into positive territory in the wake of one of the worst financial crises in a century. This year, the growth story continues.
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November 2010: Where’s the party?
After a few years of abysmal markets, the Top 40 money managers pulled off a solid return of 6.6% for 2010, following 2009’s terrific market rally. There were even a few stellar jumps on the list as some players clocked double-digit increases. Yet despite the good news, no one’s celebrating.
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May 2010: Back to black
Just last year, we reported that the Top 40 money managers had $300 billion shaved off the value of assets under management, prompting one manager to comment that the business had been “eviscerated” by the global financial crisis. Fast-forward to 2010, and most managers are in the black again.
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