The FSA will announce the results of its discussions with the European Commission about the future of the menu and initial disclosure documents under Mifid this week.
The Adviser Fund Index panellists displayed a lack of appetite for Japanese equities during the last rebalancing on May 1.
Standard & Poor’s Fund Services is to start awarding ratings to brand new fund launches. This will enable the firm to provide analysis of funds not covered by qualitative-based data firms, which rank funds solely on past performance.
Retirement funding will be an increasingly nagging problem for future generations. Peter French, a partner at Troy French and Partners, explains how equity release might be harnessed to help solve income and inheritance tax issues.
Shareholders in the M&G international sovereign bond fund have rejected proposals to broaden the fund’s investment criteria to allow it to hold gilts.
As the US continues to confound growth expectations and the eurozone’s ‘will they, won’t they’ saga has finally concluded, what are the implications for global markets? James Dowey, Neptune’s chief economist, puts forward his outlook for 2015 and the key considerations for investors.
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