The index provider believes that timing the regime change between growth and value and allocating to style on a trend surfing basis can reap extra returns to investors.

FTSE Russell’s market share in the strategy & custom index space, albeit small, has remained steady over the last two years and was achieved on the back of products sold in the US market linked to either the Russell 1000 Value or Russell 2000 Value which sold a combined US$425m. We may be witnessing a historic shift between the two style regimes - growth and value - Daniel Yang Daniel Yang, head of synthetic index investments at FTSE Russell, spoke to SRP about how long-term US equ

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