Swing pricing dampens outflows in underperforming funds

New analysis reveals swing pricing dampens outflows in underperforming funds as Vanguard and Jupiter become the latest asset managers to introduce the pricing model. In addition, swing pricing has a limited effect during stress episodes despite liquidity mismatch being one of the issues the model aims to address, the Bank of International Settlements research says. Swing pricing […]

Platforms pledge to help advisers with Mifid II rules

Platforms are setting out their stall on whether they will help advisers with the Mifid II requirement to tell customers when their portfolios drop by more than 10 per cent. Under Mifid II, which will come into force on 3 January 2018, clients invested in a discretionary portfolio must be informed when the overall value […]


Brooks Macdonald cautious despite rising funds in Q1

Brooks Macdonald has struck a cautious note about markets and client sentiment despite funds under management rising 5.1 per cent in the first quarter of its new financial year. The UK investment management group now has FUM of £11bn compared to £10.5bn at the end of June. Chief executive Caroline Connellan says strong net news business […]

Japan 2017 Outlook: Abenomics 2.0

By Chris Taylor, head of Japanese Equities, Neptune Abe, having reinforced his political position domestically, will most likely hold off any further major policy enactments until after president Trump has settled into the White House and enacted some of his own. Then a relaunch of the Three Arrows programme is likely, or Abenomics 2.0, including […]


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