Neil Gregson: gold is prettiest in ugly contest
The JP Morgan Natural Resource fund manager talks about the prospects for gold with plenty of uncertainty in the global economy.
Brewin's Gutteridge & Foster talk property with Standard Life's Baggaley
Gutteridge and Foster discuss UK commercial property with Jason Baggaley, manager of the Standard Life Property Income investment trust
Brewin's Gutteridge asks Odey's Tim Bond two tough questions
Gutteridge puts the heat on Odey's asset allocation maestro with a couple of tough questions.
Brewin's Foster & Gutteridge: searching for the yield of dreams
Guy Foster and Ben Gutteridge discuss the latest upbeat US payroll report and how it has increased the probability of a first hike in interest rates in June.
Wealth Manager Conference and Awards 2015: the highlights
Guests at our annual Wealth Manager Conference and Awards event once again enjoyed an action-packed two days.
When Brewin's Gutteridge met BlackRock's easy Rieder
Following Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen’s testimony, Ben Gutteridge, head of fund research at Brewin Dolphin, grills Rick Rieder, CIO of fundamental fixed income at BlackRock.
Sam Vecht: the best opportunities in frontier markets
Blackrock's Vecht evaluates frontier markets and explains where he sees the opportunities
Where A-rated Pattullo is finding the best bond opportunities
Henderson Global Investors head of retail fixed income explains how he is managing his fund against the surprise current monetary policy divergence.
Taxicab Tenner: Allianz Global Investors' AA-rated Simon Gergel
Our much anticpated new series is here! We hand a black cab driver a tenner and grill the manager of the 125-year Merchants trust until the meter runs out.
Europe bulls, a retail boost and why a little inequality can be a good thing
This week’s Investment Pulse looks at whether investors should be bullish on Europe, the surprise rise in UK retail sales and if a little inequality is a good thing.
Can wealth managers benefit from pensions revolution?
On 6 April the pensions market will change rapidly, can wealth managers avoid taking a simplistic approach?
Are discount control mechanisms still relevant?
Alastair Smith believes if the door to exit is always open, shareholders are more likely to stay
Help or hinder? What your ownership structure says to clients
While wealth managers look to build scale, some worry about the implications