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European ETF inflows pick up pace, doubling from last year

The pace of inflows into European exchange traded funds (ETFs) and products (ETPs) has reached a record $74 billion year to date, more than double net inflow at this point last year, according to research firm ETFGI.

Fund boss denies drink-driving charge, blaming 'regurgitation'

Newscape Capital Group chief executive officer Stephen Decani has been accused of driving his Aston Martin whilst being almost double the legal drink-drive limit.

The seven drivers behind the rise of ETFs

Seven Investment Management's (7IM) Peter Sleep takes a look at the key developments the exchange-traded funds (ETF) market has gone through in the last decade.

Redmayne-Bentley adds to its Cambridge branch

Redmayne-Bentley has hired Jonathan Adams as an investment manager in its Cambridge office, as it seeks to beef up its operation in the region.

Investment Performance Awards 2017: One day left!

The awards recognise the discretionary fund managers who have been delivering stellar returns for their clients, with the best in class receiving their gongs in a ceremony in October.

Banks weigh on FTSE as Fed stays 'patient' on rates

Banks fall on prospect of margins remaining under pressure from low interest rates, as Fed policymakers flag prospect of inflation falling.

Woolnough predicts BoE will start selling back corporate bonds

The need for a ‘crisis response’ is over, says blockbuster bond manager, so expect sales.

Why we're only at start of powerful Asian bull market

Out-of-date ideas on Asia and emerging markets means investors are missing out.

Fund managers turn defensive as markets hit highs

Managers are switching into defensive sectors and holding higher levels of cash as a result of valuation concerns.

Hawskmoor to pay for research but questions if it's 'right'

Hawksmoor Investment Management is the latest firm to say that it will bear the cost of third party research, although its head of research Jim Wood-Smith has questioned the industry trend.

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