Manager Richard Woolnough’s fund is one of a few corporate bond plays still offering value
Reform is needed to deal with the many unacceptable aspects of the current service
The ABI’s proposal to deny advisers access to dashboards proves it is not a fit, impartial or reliable party to progress the project
Continuing this series on how firms approach investment management, Thorntons Investments chief executive Matt Strachan explains how it makes its portfolio decisions
As legislators and regulators across Europe – Brexit bit between their teeth – are poised for all sorts of eventualities, advisers can at least rest assured that change is the constant on which they can depend. But in the midst of seemingly constant flux, it can become easy to bow to what is insisted upon […]
Conventional portfolio theory is flawed: it is low beta strategies that produce the higher returns.
With his balance sheet under serious pressure, the prospect of raiding pension tax relief again in the Budget will be too hard to resist
A positive growth outlook should encourage investors to maintain a pro-risk tilt in asset allocation
A solicitor or dentist wouldn’t meet clients at home on a Thursday evening, so why should advisers? We must change the perception of our profession
Where next for corporate bonds now their perfect storm for performance has come to an end?
My five years are up. Up until now I have been submitting relevant CPD every year but now I am having to completely reapply for my Later Life Adviser Accreditation with the Society of Later Life Advisers. That means getting a lot of ducks in a row for the submission and this week is the […]