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Wealth Manager: Talisman Global CIO Sinclair on having the time of his life in 2008
For most investors, harking back to the latter days of 2008 will bring back memories of sleepless nights and flashing red screens. But Julian Sinclair has never been happier.
Apollo launches discretionary fund management service
The service will comprise six different risk models.
Managers seek portfolio protection as equity fears grow
Wealth managers turn to structured investments for hedging solutions.
Best ways to diversify your government bond exposure
Top bond managers on some of the best ways to diversify government bond exposure for investors nervous about holding debt of US, UK and other highly indebted nations.
WH Ireland sells stockbroker to focus on CFD business
Paul Compton, WH Ireland chief executive, says sale designed to free up cash for CFD and market making ventures.
Cazenove profit falls 35% on FSCS levy and hedge fund fee decline
Cazenove Capital Management's pre-tax profits fall by 35% to £11.4 million, down from £17.66 million in 2009.
Why GAM's Andrew Green is performing so poorly
The performance on GAM's Global Diversified fund, run by star manager Andrew Green, has fallen sharply behind the pack in the last 12 months. Wealth Manager looks at reasons behind recent underperformance.
Aviva to launch US Equity Income fund
The new fund will be run by Aviva's US subsidiary River Road Asset Management and will try to mirror its Dividend All-Cap Value (DAV) Strategy.
Challenging Albert Edwards: have profits peaked?
Société Générale’s perennial bear Albert Edwards thinks corporate profits have peaked. We put his views to some of our readers.
Barclays Wealth man becomes Brooks Macdonald's 39th manager
National wealth firm has nearly 40 investment managers on its books now following the hire of Conor Dempsey from Barclays Wealth.
'100 days to fall out of love – a French romance'
Kames Capital fixed income manager Timothee Pubellier looks at whether the French public is already falling out of love with Emmanuel Macron and what this means for bond markets.
'Disciplined' Rathbones applauded for Smith & Williamson decision
Shore Capital believes Rathbones did the sensible thing by deciding to end its merger plan with Smith & Williamson in interest of shareholders.
Criminal Finances Act 2017: a wealth manager checklist
Anne Healy-McAdam, Head of private client tax at Cordium, offers some advice to wealth firms head of introduction of tough new rules.