With the general election now weeks away, Fundweb sister site Money Marketing looks at the key election pledges impacting the financial services industry.
A fund’s flexibility to change its risk profile by using very liquid instruments offers investors a good alternative to conventional long-only cash bond funds.
We need to provide as much education as we can on pension choices.
Platforms across Europe are concentrated on a few asset managers, but why?
With the general election campaign now in full swing, our domestic market is displaying the sort of nervousness that might be expected when the final outcome is so uncertain.
The volatility of the emerging markets means the region holds most appeal for long-term investors.
The longer term attractions of global emerging markets remain, but the premium ratings they attracted before the financial crisis are harder to justify.
A slump in emerging market returns has left a divided sector, but who are the potential winners?
Old Mutual Wealth’s customer director says vertical integration should not hide weaknesses.
The oil price has stabilised - but for how long?
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Those who spurn bonds may be surprised as volatility returns in 2015, says JP Morgan’s head of global fixed income. By Cherry Reynard.
Since taking over Fidelity’s Special Situations Fund, Alex Wright has demonstrated a keen nose for opportunities that others have missed