Citywire Passive Investment Retreat: pics from day one
The great and the good of the UK's passive management buy side gathered at the Four Seasons Hotel in Hampshire for the Citywire Passive Investment Retreat this week
- Embattled EEA makes further payout despite US legal claim
- Brewin Dolphin linked with London office move 1
- Provident Financial chair Manjit Wolstenholme dies 1
- The world's top 20 cities for millennial millionaires 2
- Asset managers face £40m VAT Mifid II research bill
- RC Brown eyes Portugal as it studies Brexit options 1
- Wealth Manager Top 100 2017: 25 pet peeves
- Wealth Manager Top 100 2017: inside fund buy lists 2
- Wealth Manager Top 100 2017: the final 25 giants
- Wealth Manager Top 100 2017: the penultimate 25 forces
- Wealth Manager Top 100 2017: the next 25 heavyweights
- Wealth Manager Top 100 2017: the first 25 big guns
- Déjà vu all over again: tax avoidance or criminal activity?
- Should wealth firms consider TV advertising?
- Data protection dilemma: how to tackle Mifid II and GDPR clash
- Polar Capital's Rochussen: 'You have to be ruthless'
- RLAM's Fox: Do androids dream of electric cars?
- Is it worth using ETFs to cut model portfolio fees?
Investment Trust Watch: Woodford's Black Friday discount
As shoppers hunt for bargains, Woodford Patient Capital is changing hands at a near-double digit discount. But that's unlikely to spark a scramble.
- What the Dickens comes next for private equity trusts?
- Nick Train buys Laurent-Perrier as Lindsell Train bubble bursts 2
- European property chief quits Schroders after Reit retreat 1
- Empiric Student Property dives on dividend cut 4
- Ian Cowie: McDonnell looms, so don’t forget your ISA 19
- Woodford backs Prothena after hedgie attack 4
- Bank of England lifts rates for first time in decade
- ESG no longer means no returns, say Liontrust bond duo
- Janus Henderson hires Columbia Threadneedle bond boss Cielinski
- Fed prepares to unwind $4.2 trillion in bond holdings
- Does active beat passive in global bonds? We crunch the numbers
- Axa IM launches China short duration bond fund
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CIO Tapes 2: two warnings and a lot of optimism
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A VIEW FROM THE DESK
Is it time to short equity markets?
Extreme pessimism has given way to strong gains in equity markets, while the prevailing narrative has shifted from ‘secular stagnation’ to ‘synchronised global recovery.
Profile: Kleinwort Hambros' boss on how to manage five banks
Welding together Kleinwort and Hambros – two of Britain’s most historic banks, founded in 1786 and 1839 respectively – was always going to be a challenge.