Interest rates are low. Bond yields, in some economies, are at negative levels. Simon Edelsten, manager of the Artemis Global Select fund, analyses which assets investors should now consider.
Value investing is so out of fashion that most people do not even refer to it that way any more. Most big fund houses talk about style and factors rather than embracing the value concept. According to Schroders, in 2006, about 40 per cent of UK equity income funds had a value bias, whereas today […]
Once upon a time, advisers and providers were hopeful that a wide-ranging Government review into the future of the advice market could deliver better outcomes for consumers. Money Marketing also got swept up in this wave of optimism, calling it an “advice revolution” in the making. But little more than a year on, and you […]
Aviva is to close its Leicester office, putting 82 jobs at risk of redundancy. According to union Unite, the jobs will either be transferred to the insurer’s “digital hub” in Perth or one of Aviva’s underwriting teams. It is understood a small team will remain in Leicester. There are currently 116 Aviva staff in the […]
Prudential is launching a single retirement planning account which customers can use for both accumulation and income withdrawals at the same time. The Retirement Account will be launched on 26 September and will be offered on an advised basis. The account will include a pension savings account and pension income account, which allows for withdrawals […]
Cormac Weldon reviews the first year of Artemis’ initial three US funds, and where he sees things going from here. Click here to read full article
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