October 1, 2007 was a momentous day. Did you notice? For anyone involved in managing and investing assets for adults who lack, or may lack, capacity to make decisions for themselves because of a mental disorder or mental illness, it will go down in history as the day when a revolution took place.
Clients with a six-figure or bigger sum in a self-invested personal pension can take advantage of many investments that their less wealthy counterparts may baulk at. A full Sipp gives clients access to more specialist areas such as commercial property, foreign currency, warrants, gilts, futures, options, hedge funds and even private equity. One popular investment […]
RLAM’s asset class specialists discuss some of the findings from the panel session at our recent Investment Conference. By Rob Williams, Head of Distribution Welcome to the latest edition of Leading Edge. It has been an eventful six months since the last e-zine. The European Central Bank announced ongoing stimulus measures, while the immigration crisis in Europe threw the […]
Advisers are avoiding putting all their eggs in the passives basket Few advisers have wholeheartedly taken on board the arguments for index-tracking and put all their eggs in the passives basket. Indeed, advisers are deeply split in their attitudes towards passive investing. There is no denying funds in passive investment vehicles have been on the […]
A weekly account of the curious goings-on in the world of financial services Fussy financial felines With the average salary for financial advisers continuing to grow, one has to wonder what privileges immediate family members are able to enjoy. Perhaps most important to the families that own them are cats. Thanks to Twitter, WSJ can […]