It is one of the (very) few things Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton agree on: the cost of healthcare in the US must be brought under control. Simon Edelsten, manager of the Artemis Global Select Fund, explains what this means for investors.
Ascot Lloyd has acquired Dorset advice business Harvard Financial Management, which has £89m in assets under management. Harvard’s nine staff – including three advisers – will transfer to Ascot Lloyd. They will remain in their office in Christchurch, Dorset and will be joined by two Ascot Lloyd advisers. Ascot Lloyd chief executive Richard Dunbabin says […]
The numbers of firms who will have to comply with automatic enrolment regulations has been slashed by up to 480,000 firms. New figures from the Pensions Regulator shows it expects between 1.32 million and 1.46 million employers will have duties under auto-enrolment rules. At the same time last year, TPR estimated 1.8 million firms would […]
Over 20 years ago, towards the end of the 20th century, our government decided to require millions of older people in the future to remain in the workforce for longer. That decision was in response to the generally accepted view of likely increases in longevity. At the same time, it also decided to equalise the […]
Analysis of the outcome of the referendum has been extensive and there are many issues still to be resolved. Indeed, the Donald Rumsfeld “unknown unknowns” applies perfectly to the current circumstances. But all of this provides the perfect backdrop for client retention and acquisition, as well as stealing back some of the momentum from the […]
The manager of the Artemis UK Smaller Companies Fund explains how his stock-picks have beaten a benchmark which is holding up better than most. To watch the video click here
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