As newsflow and sentiment change through economic and investment cycles, investor demand for different asset classes ebbs and flows. This, in turn, drives changing relative performance trends through the cycle. The credit crunch period since the summer of 2007 has been more extreme than the cycles of recent history but ultimately it has been no different in its influence on demand and performance.
Loomis Sayles senior equity strategist Richard Skaggs reviews the events that have helped to shape various markets during the third quarter of 2016 and takes a look at the outlook for growth in the US over the next few months and into 20. Click here
Two weeks after ex-FCA boss Hector Sants was revealed as the chairman of the government’s single financial guidance body, Money Marketing has learned the new service will not be operational until winter. The timing for the launch of the new guidance body has been uncertain ever since the idea was first conceived. A preliminary consultation […]
The past decade has seen environmental and social governance investing develop from a niche corner of the market to a popular asset class. But while there is an increased awareness among individuals as to the impact of their actions on the environment, there is much more to ESG investing than being a good citizen. Asset […]
While advice firms can outsource activities, they cannot outsource their responsibilities Advice firms are busier than ever, leading an increasing amount to turn to third parties to undertake activities that would have once been dealt with in-house. Outsourcing can provide a solution for those under pressure to deliver on long-term objectives, while juggling the day […]