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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.

Josh Brown: We're in the grip of a lunatic cycle

The 'Reformed Broker' shared his musings on the US Election and the need for consolidation within asset management at this year's CWM Retreat.

Citywire North 2016: video highlights

Our annual event at Rudding Park in Harrogate saw a huge turnout to hear the latest on Brexit, the dark net and more.

Mark Stevenson: a wholesale review of investments is needed

Speaking at the recent Citywire North event, author Mark Stevenson has also said we need to revisit our concept of 'wealth'.

Citywire North 2016: Jamie Bartlett - don't fear the dark net

Author Jamie Bartlett says companies and users need to understand and embrace and hidden side of the internet.

Taxicab Tenner: OMGI's Stephen Message

The manager of the Old Mutual Global Investors UK Equity Income fund discusses today's uncertain dividends.

Taxicab Tenner: AXA IM's Nicolas Trindade

After a summer break, it is the turn of AXA Investment Manager's Nicolas Trindade to give a £10 view of how fixed income is faring.

Wealth Manager Olympics: the Relay

In the final round of the Wealth Manager Olympics, our intrepid athletes team up for the relay.

Wealth Manager Olympics: the Shot Put

After busting a gut in the 100m sprint, our wealth manager Olympians displayed their brute strength in the shot-put.

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Play Henderson's Beckett: finding opportunities in a political minefield

Henderson's Beckett: finding opportunities in a political minefield

TR European Growth Trust manager Ollie Beckett says that the 'political mess' in Europe is fine as long as there is still value to be had.