The “risk of ruin” may appear low but ruin is like London buses: they bunch.
The regulatory challenges have now eased, but the commercial challenges are far more important and will be much harder for some.
A rapid rise to previous levels, known as a V-shaped recovery, seems unlikely in the present environment.
I have little doubt that standalone robo-advice firms will have their day in the sun, but it is hard not to wonder if they are blazing a trail for the benefit of others.
Has the gap between investment trusts and Oeics closed since RDR, asks Shaun Cumming.
The structural reforms proposed by Abe have been harder to realise, as Japan suffers from China market fallouts.
Ethical funds have been growing in popularity recently, but will that money stay when performance turns sour?
Investors revisiting Bitcoin one year on from the market falter will find a very different space.
Most fixed income managers would admit there is a mismatch between the liquidity they offer investors and the liquidity fixed income markets provide.
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The group is considering active funds and ‘smart beta’ strategies.
BlackRock’s Christofel is keen to stand out from the large crowd when it comes to the new pension freedom rules.