Bill McQuaker insists the world economy is now relatively benign. Markets, he tells Philip Scott, are boosted by a degree of security emanating from central banks
Jonathan Greig, manager of the Hermes Japanese Equities fund, remains untroubled by the recent decline in the Topix, believing there is long-term momentum in Japanese markets
Yanis Varoufakis of the University of Texas tells Tomas Hirst that the IMF will not confront the Government on its policies, relying instead on the BoE to avert systemic difficulties
Ignis Real Estate’s Gary Hutcheson discusses with James Smith the prospects for the property market and its return to a traditional profile of an income-producing asset class
Justin Thomson of T Rowe Price tells Adam Lewis that with smaller companies at the forefront of creative development, there are a wealth of opportunities for investors
Argonaut’s Barry Norris tells Adam Lewis the great advantage for the US is the dollar and the more the currency gains strength, the more the euro benefits with cheaper goods
Steve Hutton, head of UK wholesale at UBS Global Asset Management, tells Adam Lewis of plans to grow the two-sided wholesale business of the group - discretionary and strategic.
Ignis fund manager Chris Bowie explains how the Absolute Return Credit fund maintains its neutrality to gain exposure to investment grade and high-yield credit.