The European Central Bank’s decision to finally kickstart a quantitative easing strategy has in turn spurred much elation with many fund managers upping their allocation to the embattled region. The Bank’s €60bn-a-month bond buying programme has raised hopes that not only will the initiative help repair the currency bloc’s economy but that it will push […]
New figures requested from the Office for National Statistics by Jelf International reveal the countries with the largest numbers of employees working for a UK-controlled parent company (known as UKFAs or UK foreign affiliates).
The introduction of pension freedoms and the end of the tax year have had advisers rushed off their feet of late. But we now have a bit more time to consider the way forward while the sun shines and the spring bulbs bloom. I have not seen many Lamborghinis around town so Steve Webb’s, perhaps […]
Advisers waiting for a flood of products to meet the demands of the new pension freedoms have been told to expect “evolution, not revolution”. Pension freedom day finally arrived this week, giving savers greater control over their pensions than ever before. Commentators have predicted there will not be a flurry of new products to serve […]
With much speculation about the challenges faced by bond investors in 2018, RLAM’s Head of Fixed Income, Jonathan Platt offers his outlook for all areas of the fixed income market in our brief video. Watch the video here: Past performance is not a guide to future performance. The value of investments and the income from […]
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