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James Carthew: is the Japanese glass half full, empty, or illusory?
It is easy to become fixated on Japan's macroeconomic picture.
Carthew: how multi-manager needs to evolve to survive
It has been 10 years since Princess Private Equity listed in London.
Carthew: Biopharma trusts can't resist the double dip
The size and depth of opportunities in healthcare continue to expand
Carthew: complexity killed the ZDP stars
On the face of it, the zero dividend preference market is fading away
Carthew: wait for Brexit blood in the streets to buy property
Why is Hansteen offering to buy back half its issued shares at a premium?
Carthew: bulls are stampeding straight into a trade war
If you are casting around for things that could call a halt to ever rising markets, a global trade war seems like a good bet
Carthew: Impax has delivered much more than warm feelings
There is a significant, underserved audience for listed funds focused not just on profit but also on making the world a better place
Carthew: smaller Reits are escaping the troubles of the majors
A cloud still hangs over the likes of Land Securities and British Land, while Intu, the shopping centre specialist, is hitting new multi-year lows.
Carthew: why is equity income fund selection such a mess?
What makes a fund stand out? It is a question that preoccupies boards and is relevant when investors are being warned of me-too funds, quasi-trackers and active investing
Carthew: The People's Trust looks a lot like Alliance Trust
The People’s Trust, Daniel Godfrey’s long-trailed investment trust, launched its IPO on 7 September
Déjà vu all over again: tax avoidance or criminal activity?
Are you avoiding tax within the bounds of the law or are you a criminal? This seems to have been the distinction missed by the Paradise Papers revelations and has wealth managers calling for clarity.
Should wealth firms consider TV advertising?
In financial services, the television has normally been the preserve of banks, insurers and payday lenders, but both Tilney and Octopus have been carrying out high profile marketing campaigns.
Data protection dilemma: how to tackle Mifid II and GDPR clash
JHC head of regulatory change Andrew Watson analyses how firms can protect themselves from GDPR.