Lunch with... Julian Sinclair of Talisman Global Asset Management
Citywire's Anna Dumas sits down with Julian Sinclair, CIO of Talisman Global Asset Management, to talk Grexit and family offices.
FTSE slides 1% as Greece makes last-ditch offer
Fears of the damage a Greek euro exit could cause saw the FTSE 100 fall, although there was good news on the UK economy.
Ruffer co-founder to chair investment boutique
Jane Tufnell has been recruited by GVQ Investment Management a year after stepping down from Ruffer.
20 major first half wealth and fund events
We look back on some key events which stole the headlines during the first six months of the year.
Inside ETFs: how to defend against bond volatility
In this latest episode we call in experts from 7IM and Markit to assess how the bond sell-off has impacted ETFs.
The three potential outcomes from the Greek referendum
BlueBay's head of credit strategy, David Riley, discusses the possible paths the Greek situation could take once voters are canvassed.
The future of wealth management according to disruptive tech expert Andrew Tarver
Three private office investors direct their questions about the future of wealth management, to Andrew Tarver, founder of Boldrocket and disruptive tech expert.
Pimco in quadruple smart beta launch
Four new funds have been launched in conjunction with Research Affiliates.
Hargreaves buys £370m client bank from JP Morgan AM
Hargreaves Lansdown is to acquire £370 million of assets from JP Morgan Asset Management.
Schroders appoint multi-asset research head
Ashley Lester takes up the newly-created role as he joins from MSCI.
Do wealth managers have a tight enough grip on costs?
Running a wealth business today clearly is not cheap – but have firms got a suitable grip on cost?
A boutique’s dilemma: outsource your back office, or do it yourself?
Is outsourcing compliance the best way to speed up the process if launching a boutique?
Litigation smoke: time to stub out tobacco stocks?
Could a recent Canadian class action prove to be a tipping point for this favoured, yet controversial, sector?