FCA chief executive Andrew Bailey is calling for regulators to back a proposed implementation period after Brexit to avoid an economic “cliff edge”. Speaking at The International Financial Services Forum today, Bailey continued pushing for cooperation between the British and European regulators, this time pointing to preserving financial stability. He says: “Brexit has global implications, […]
Anthony Lynch, portfolio manager, looks at the recent positive momentum in UK real wage growth.
Knowing what assets each operator will accept and with what conditions is becoming increasingly difficult The recent well-publicised events concerning Sipp operator asset acceptance have focused the mind of a number of advisers. We have been fielding enquiries about our own Sipp and the asset classes we as a Sipp operator would consider. But this […]
In August 2015, I made the mistake of checking my work emails late one Sunday evening. Instead of turning in for the night, I poured myself a fresh cup of coffee and turned my laptop on. The reason was an embargoed press release from the FCA announcing it was about to undertake a wholesale assessment […]
Rob Burnett, Head of European Equities, Neptune An inflection point was reached during the middle of 2016 as investors realised that interest rates simply could not fall any further. We believe this was the catalyst for the outperformance of value strategies over quality growth, with the share prices of banks, materials companies and energy stocks […]
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