Premier Asset Management head of UK equities Chris White has been taking advantage of an interest rate-wary “market overreaction” to buy up depressed interest rate-sensitive stocks.
The world’s top economic policymakers contine to blame others for the economic mess they have played a key part in creating.
Some advisers’ clients may be held on a platform for historical reasons rather than being the adviser’s actual platform of choice.
This blog has previously noted that no high ranking financial executives have been prosecuted for behaviour that helped precipitate the 2008 credit crisis. But on a different note, Dominique Strauss-Kahn could not exploit his status to avoid arrest in Manhattan - even though he was already widely expected to become the next French president.
Slowly the wheel has turned, and many IFAs now seem ready to build a bit more scale on top of the solid foundations they have carefully built
The global economy is further down the recovery road than people think, says Schroders’ Marcus Brookes, who is already prepared for the aftermath. He speaks to Philip Scott
The strength of government bond markets has surprised many this year.
As it approaches its next phase of thematic review, the FCA has discovered that many firms’ approach to disclosure was “going into a restaurant and being asked to order without being allowed to see the menu or the price list”.
Negative numbers from the financial crisis are dropping out of investment funds’ five-year numbers but what does this mean for investors?
Many old guard technology companies’ buybacks are “fake” and channelling money to employees at the expense of shareholders, Lombard Odier Funds Technology co-manager Bolko Hohaus says.
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Hooked on investment at 13, the Artemis Global Income fund manager revels in the competitiveness of the ‘game’
”We are now five years-plus post-Lehman and a lot of people are already forgetting the lessons”