Investors from the UK put more money into the Luxemburg-based funds of Franklin Templeton Investments and HSBC Investments than their onshore ranges which suggests that offshore funds are becoming an increasingly important part of the UK market.
The majority of emerging markets have not escaped the global liquidity crisis unscathed but there have not been any material changes in the fundamentals of emerging market economies. The factors underpinning growth remain in place.
Welcome to the latest update for The Brunner Investment Trust PLC from the Trust’s portfolio manager, Lucy Macdonald. Market Review Global equities have rallied over the first quarter of 2017, buoyed by signs of strengthening growth and optimism over company earnings, although this rally has faded towards the quarter end. US equities posted their strongest […]
Sesame Bankhall Group is set to introduce a programme of engagement activities to track adviser sentiment toward regulatory concerns, Money Marketing has learned, as it pulls out of its membership with adviser trade body Pimfa and the Association of Professional Compliance Consultants. The initiative will be launched in the new year and include face-to-face workshops, […]
The past 12 months have seen a swathe of new rules and guidance hit the advice space. Here, Money Marketing’s experts sift through the noise to provide their key takeaways. Crunch time for culture issues Vicky Pearce, director at B-Compliant As the year draws to a close, looking back over 2018 one of the key […]
I have just visited Japan and while there I could not help but think about the concept of zen. This is both something we are – our true nature expressing itself moment by moment – and something we do: a disciplined practice through which we can realise the joy of being. It strikes me that […]