The future of fund management in the era of individual trading With the globalization of the financial markets, the rise of pension and tracker funds, and the technical feasibility for anyone to trade almost anything at any time, some are questioning the very necessity of highly paid fund managers. In Asset Management, Acharya argues that the industry is essential to the health of both the financial markets and the global economy at large and shows how the social implications of fund management reverberate throughout the world. Dr. Shanta Acharya (London, UK) was a fund manager for Swiss Bank and Baring Asset Management, following an academic career at Harvard and Oxford. She is currently a freelance writer and researcher. Over the years, financial professionals around the world have looked to the Wiley Finance series and its wide array of bestselling books for the knowledge, insights, and techniques that are essential to success in financial markets. As the pace of change in financial markets and instruments quickens, Wiley Finance continues to respond.
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Author Biography - Shanta Acharya
SHANTA ACHARYA is a freelance writer and researcher who began her investment management career with Morgan Stanley Asset Management before working as a fund manager for Swiss Bank Corporation Portfolio Management International and Baring Asset Management respectively. She studied at Oxford and Harvard and at the London Business School.