JP Morgan Fleming Asset Managment is to change its name to JP Morgan Asset Management, dropping the Fleming brand which has existed since 1873. Fleming was sold to Chase Manhattan in August 2000 for 4.9bn.
It is little wonder markets were nervous last week as company results and economic statistics poured out of the US. The signs were mixed, to say the least. The prospect of slowing economic growth and rising inflation remains a possibility, even if stagflation of a virulent kind appears unlikely.
Jacob de Tusch-Lec, manager of the Global Income Fund, analyses a sell-off so “vicious” that the ‘hot’ stocks are underperforming emerging markets. What does it mean for the portfolio – now and in the months to come?
Firms believe the crime consumers are most at risk of is pension liberation fraud, according to the FCA’s first annual financial crime survey published today. The study of over 2,000 UK firms in 2017 gives a collective view of the activity being undertaken by firms to combat financial crime across the industry for the first […]
Increasing regulatory requirements and the quest for greater efficiency are leading more advice firms to bring in outside expertise A combination of regulation, legislation and improvements in technology are encouraging advisers to develop more rigorous and consistent processes. Recent research we undertook found over two-thirds of advice firms now operate a centralised investment proposition, showing […]
I have always been very pleased to count myself as one of the contributing IFAs here at Money Marketing. I find the whole process of writing this column thoroughly enjoyable and more than a little cathartic. However, I also feel quite a weight of responsibility, which sometimes makes writing certain pieces a little difficult. Just like […]