The size of an individual’s pension pot is a key factor in determining how they exercise their pension freedoms at retirement, according to research from the Pensions Policy Institute. In a paper published yesterday the PPI looks at how the introduction of freedom and choice in pensions has opened up new ways for individuals to […]
Matt Franklin, Credit Analyst at Royal London Asset Management discusses the possible benefits of integrating Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) considerations into credit portfolios. He explains why ESG analysis combined with an appropriate approach from asset managers is key to unlocking these potential benefits. Read the article here Past performance is not a guide to […]
The debate around how fund managers’ pay incentives should work has been reignited. Firms have started to introduce new cost structures in an attempt to improve transparency, as the FCA steps up its focus on how asset managers assess their value. The companies that have already introduced new fee models claim it will not change […]
So-called management gurus can cause a lot of damage with their advice The origins of the ‘guru’ are found in the US Constitution’s Bill of Rights, which guaranteed freedom of religion. It triggered a growing and competitive market for religious sects in the States, with new, evangelical ones gaining a 70 per cent market share […]
Head of the Portfolio Research and Consulting Group, James Beaumont says his group is dedicated to providing a bespoke service and an analytical review of model portfolios.
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