Old Mutual has appointed Standard Bank Group director Bruce Hemphill to replace Julian Roberts as group chief executive. Roberts will stay with the company until Hemphill’s start date, expected to be towards the end of the year. Hemphill will be an executive director based in London. Roberts has been at the helm of Old Mutual […]
By Robin Geffen, Fund Manager and CEO
Internet giant Alibaba is exactly the type of entrepreneurial company that the high-conviction, top-performing Neptune Global Alpha Fund seeks to invest in. Established just 14 years ago in an apartment in Hangzhou, today Alibaba is larger than Amazon and eBay put together and is challenging some of the most powerful internet companies in the world…
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Advisers are exposing their clients to the risks of fraud and theft, experts warn as research reveals hundreds of firms are using non-secure email addresses. Data from Matrix Solutions compiled for Money Marketing shows 9 per cent of advice firms use a webmail domain name as their company email address. Of a sample of 4,945 […]
There is a great deal of rule-making going on in Brussels right now, some of which will have a significant impact on the retail distribution market in the UK. The European Union packaged retail investment and insurance-based investment products regulation, requiring disclosure of key information to investors for all Priips, combined with a new […]
Mark Martin, Manager of the Neptune UK Mid Cap fund Brexit news has caused a wave of turbulence across financial markets, with both UK equities and sterling plummeting in the immediate aftermath. UK mid-caps have borne the brunt of the selling so far, with housebuilders and banks being two of the worst performing sub-sectors. However, for […]
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