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There are three crucial questions that will determine the effect of Brexit on advisers. Firstly, to what extent will the UK seek to apply the single market? Our surveys have found one in three advisers have at least one client outside the UK in the EU. In the event advisers must have a local licence […]
The FCA plans to include a review of absolute return funds in its asset management market study, according to reports. The FT reports that the regulator is investigating absolute return funds amid poor performance and the flood of money to the strategies in recent years. A spokesperson for the regulator told the newspaper: “We are […]
Former Investment Association chief executive Daniel Godfrey has urged his successor Chris Cummings to reinstate a deadline for the trade body’s Statement of Principles code. Announced in April 2015, when Godfrey was still at the helm of the Investment Association, the code aimed to educate investment managers on their responsibilities towards clients. Godfrey was subsequently ousted […]
Richard Hulf explains how he and John Dodd have positioned the Artemis Global Energy Fund and where they are finding opportunities. Richard explains how he and John are changing the complexion of the fund to focus on the most efficient oil producers. As he tells journalist Alexis Xydias, in this environment of lower prices, he […]
Alex Ralph, manager of the Artemis High Income Fund, sees further pressure on government bonds as inflationary pressures build on both sides of the Atlantic.
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