Citywire 10k: video highlights
Citywire held its sixth annual charity run last week, which hosted over 200 people and raised £14,000. Here are the video highlights.
On the Road... in the South West
The On the Road team travelled to the corners of Devon and Cornwall to find out more about the wealth management scene in South West England, writes Ted Monroe.
BlackRock's Whitestone: why shorting pubs paid off
Dan Whitestone, who manages the BlackRock Throgmorton Trust alongside Mike Prentis has benefited from shorting pubs.
Martin Currie's Graham: why tech is disruptive in Asia
Andrew Graham, manager of the Martin Currie Asia Unconstrained trust, discusses the powerful dynamics at play in Asia.
BlackRock's Landers: Why I need a political degree
AA-Citywire rated Will Landers discusses why he is backing large cap stocks in Brazil.
Citywire Scotland 2016: the highlights
The Scottish wealth management community got together at Turnberry this week to hear views from leading fund managers and strategists at a time of great uncertainty.
Russell Napier: the dangers of a yen devaluation
Russell Napier, independent strategist and co-founder of ERIC, speaks at Citywire Scotland.
Horrocks: why Asia will thrive by spending to survive
Matthews Asia CIO Robert Horrocks on why the rise of the consumer is reflected in his Matthews Asia Dividend Fund.
Barings' Jin Lee: a very exciting time for China
Head of Asian equities Hyung Jin Lee says he is comfortable with the region's growth being more organic than elsewhere.
Taxicab Tenner: Smith & Williamson's Tineke Frikkee
The AA-rated manager discusses her recent investment in Brewin Dolphin.
CQS's Crayfourd: reaping the rewards of the metals rebound
City Natural Resources High Yield manager Rob Crayfourd on why gold, copper and oil should be in a wise man's portfolio.
Dear chancellor: what wealth managers want from Hammond
Ding dong the austerity chancellor is dead! So what do wealth managers want from 11 Downing Street’s new resident, Philip Hammond?
Robos' first big test: how did they fare?
The referendum has provided an early test for robo-advisers.
Ripe for takeover: robo-advisers' profitability challenge
A report claims many robo-advisers will struggle to become profitable businesses but are they really wired to lose money or can they make adjustments to survive in the increasingly competitive market?