The question has been raised as to whether advisers are failing clients in not taking account of very real advances in science and technology My trips to the US to look at emerging technology usually give a valuable glimpse of what advisers here can expect to see over the next two to three years. My most […]
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Smith & Williamson has denied it is still an acquisition target, saying its current focus is on organic growth. In September last year, merger talks between Rathbones and Smith & Williamson broke down. The firm then said in December that any plans it had to list on the London Stock Exchange would not come to […]
The FCA has revealed that asset managers have paid back £34m to investors overcharged by so-called “closet tracker” funds. While the regulator has not ordered the move as part of any official redress scheme, The Sunday Telegraph reports that the FCA is eyeing enforcement action against one fund manager over potentially misleading marketing material. FCA […]
Earlier this year, the Artemis Global Select Fund became a ‘rated’ fund by Rayner Spencer Mills. Watch and read why they rate it and who it may be suitable for… Click here
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