Whatever the outcome of the Brexit process now under way, the shape of the asset management industry in Europe is set to change substantially, a report by the CFA Institute has found.
The scope for the Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond to ease austerity may be limited as public sector borrowing has increased while the economy remains fragile, according to consultancy Pantheon Economics.
The UK was the worst performing single country index in June while Canada was the best, according to data by MSCI.
Neuberger Berman has hired a five-strong team to bolster its China equity offering.
Saunderson House has lost its recently-appointed head of discretionary management service, Leigh Stephens, to Tacit Investment Management.
A warm June propelled UK retail sales for the second quarter of the year, with strong clothing sales compensating for a decline in food and fuel sales.
Industry experts are not expecting the European Central Bank to tighten monetary policy at its next rate meeting, despite Mario Draghi's hawkish mood of late.
Seneca Investment Managers' chief investment officer Peter Elston has warned that the next global economic contraction could occur in 2020 and is cutting his equity exposure accordingly.
London-based investment boutique Smith & Williamson has launched a new Ucits-compliant global thematic fund which will invest in stocks set to gain from developments in Artificial Intelligence.
The degree to which global fund managers are underweight in US equities has fallen to its lowest level since January 2008, according to the BofA Merrill Lynch July fund manager survey.
Aviva’s decision to sell Friends Provident International (FPI) to RL360° for £340m is “a game changer” for the life insurance industry, David Kneeshaw, chief executive of RL360°, has said.
The Channel Islands stockbroking and investment management company Ravenscoft has announced Stephen Lansdown as chairman and launched two funds for UK retail investors.
BNP Paribas has agreed a $246m (£189m) settlement with the US Federal Reserve Board over misconduct in its foreign exchange (FX) business between 2007 and 2013.
UK inflation has fallen month-on-month for the first time since April last year, reducing the likelihood of an August interest rate rise.
Potentially thousands of financial advisers could fall foul of the new Mifid II regulations for having the wrong type of intermediary agreement with their discretionary fund managers, the Personal Finance Society has warned.
Sentiment among UK investors has plummeted to its lowest level this year, the latest monthly data from Lloyds Private Bank and Hargreaves Lansdown has confirmed.
The Financial Conduct Authority has confirmed that it took action to stop eight UK firms, including deVere and Holborn, conducting and/or arranging overseas pension transfers in the last financial year but has declined to name them all.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has launched a review aimed at assessing whether investment platforms, including those offered by life companies, operate in the customer’s best interests.
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