My best guess is that at some stage a couple of months ago, Gordon and Alistair’s spin doctors must have sat down and decided that their bosses were starting to look weak and indecisive in the face of the looming economic crisis.
While equity valuations have doubled since the financial crisis, Simon Edelsten explains that there are still pockets of value. But not where you might think Macro-economic uncertainty is causing turbulence in equity markets. Artemis Global Select Fund manager Simon Edelsten says his investment themes are taking him in a different direction to some of his peers – away […]
Australian technology provider Iress has seen increases in both revenue and profits for 2018, with 7 per cent overall driven by its UK business. Iress is known predominantly for its back office system software Xplan, which is currently used by a wide range of advisers including planning and discretionary fund management firm Charles Stanley, national […]
Platform bosses are rich for a reason. In a matter of years, they have completely transformed the way financial advisers do business. The scale of the efficiency gains have been staggering and, in the eyes of advocates, platforms have been one of the innovations that has done the most to improve the financial lives of […]
The FCA has fined two asset managers for breaching competition law in the first use of its new enforcement powers. The watchdog has fined Hargreave Hale £306,300 and River and Mercantile Asset Management £108,600. The FCA would have also fined Newton Investment Management Limited, but the firm was given immunity under the competition leniency programme, […]