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A-rated Lawson's five best UK small cap ideas
Doug Lawson, who runs the top performing Amati UK Smaller Companies fund alongside Paul Jourdan, reveals some of his best investment ideas.
Iveagh: investment environment too good to be true
Wealth Manager was given exclusive access to Iveagh's asset allocation meeting where the team debated whether to put risk on.
SGPB Hambro's Verleyen tips Russian banks to soar
The Russian markets are 'terribly oversold' says Société Générale Private Banking Hambros chief investment officer Eric Verleyen who is backing local bank bonds this year.
Premier's Fulcher: why aircraft leasing is a great alternative
Premier's private clients are benefitting from exposure to aircraft leasing as discretionary head Fulcher remains unconvinced of the equity rally.
Fly on the wall: how London & Capital is taking on the eurozone
Wealth Manager was given exclusive access to London & Capital's asset allocation meeting.
Fyshe Horton Finney plans new ventures in management reshuffle
Northerly stockbroker Fyshe Horton Finney is looking to launch 'new innovations' following top-tier management changes.
Ex-Bestinvest CIO Frost & Matrix man join new VCT/EIS discretionary firm
Former Bestinvest CIO Graham Frost and ex-Matrix fund of funds chief Stuart Ratcliff have joined a new discretionary house specialising in VCTs and EIS fronted by ex-Origen director Jeremy Spencer.
Five stocks powering Premier's top rated China fund
From little emperors to massive cardboard boxes, Premier's Fen Sung shows off the stocks driving his top performing China fund.
FSA stats show large drop in adviser numbers
The number of retail advisers fell 11.5% ahead of the RDR with thousands more considering their future.
Passive specialists should be restricted, FSA confirms
Six weeks after the RDR's implementation, the FSA has confirmed that advisers specialising in passive products are classed as 'restricted'.
Feeding the beast: how funding for robo start-ups is changing
Do online investment managers require institutional backing to take them through to profitability?
The false sense of security around executive pay
To mark Good Money Week, Epworth's Stephen Beer asks why shareholder rebellions appear to be in decline.
Jilted: Why do deals fall apart?
When the Rathbones and Smith & Williamson merger was shelved, it piqued the interest of many in the City, who questioned why what seemed all but a done deal suddenly fell apart.