Big City Bright Future
Big City Bright Future, the brainchild of BlackRock, is a three-week work experience programme for school leavers looking to forge a career in the City.
Kames' Ennett: Trump good for US high yield, but beware Europe
Kames Capital’s head of high yield David Ennett believes the changing political landscape will be a positive for the US, but negative for Europe in 2017.
Philip Milburn: why inflation won't run out of control
Kames bond fund manager views inflation as more of 'scare' than a 'problem' and is positioning his portfolios accordingly.
Henderson's Lofthouse on merger boost and political risk
Ben Lofthouse talks through where he is finding income and what surprises await the global economy in the new year.
How we have misunderstood political challenges
Alexander Betts believes new jobs have to be created to cope with the changing environment.
Ross Hollyman: it's more important than ever to be open-minded
The Sabre Global Value & Income fund managers sheds light on his process that marries both systematic and fundamental investing.
Allianz's MacDonald: the good and the bad of Trump's win
Following Donald Trump's presidential victory, Lucy MacDonald discusses the impact on the Brunner Investment Trust.
AXA IM's Saurymper: don't be afraid of Clinton biotech stance
The manager of the AXA Framlington Health fund analyses what the US election could mean for the healthcare sector.
Kames's Snowden: 'There is no bond bubble'
Kames Capital’s Stephen Snowden says corporate bonds are ‘expensive’, but are not in bubble territory.
Kames's Milburn: Why we're adding credit risk
Kames Capital’s bond stalwart Phil Milburn believes the spreads available in high yield offer ‘pretty reasonable’ value, prompting him to up his credit risk exposure.
James Henderson's HOT trades post-Brexit
James Henderson, the manager of the Henderson Opportunities Trust has been finding opportunities to invest since the summer, especially in the pharmaceuticals sector.
How to address the needs of vulnerable clients
With dementia now the leading cause of death in the UK, this has implications for wealth managers' client banks.
Tainted by scandal: how to approach crisis-hit investments
Set-back, scandal or crisis, whatever you want to call it when something goes wrong with a company, investors are forced to make a decision: do they pull out or wait for recovery?
How wealth firms can wire into the Silicon Roundabout crowd
Shoreditch’s Silicon Roundabout has become a fresh hunting ground for wealth managers to pick up new clients.