He explains why the risk exposure in the fund has been reduced over 2012 and why the allocation to US equities has been reduced dramatically. This is a move that coincides with a large increase in exposure to European equities, through one of SLI's in house funds.
- How outsourcing can jumpstart a boutique launch
- The 'unprecedented' regulatory burden for UK's fund giants
- What does dividend tax overhaul mean for wealth boutiques? 1
- Social media: too important for wealth managers to ignore?
- Compliance price war: what wealth firms pay top regulatory staff 1
- Will non-dom Budget changes spark a mass exodus?
- Carney hints at New Year rate rise, but is the UK ready?
FCA: firms still failing to address benchmark risks
Regulator has taken view that some firms are not learning from Libor mistakes.
- Wednesday Papers: Death knell sounds for UK executive pensions
- Overnight Markets: Wall Street ends sharply higher after five-day slump
- Tom Dobell battles to get £4.5bn Recovery fund back to health
- VAM launches best ideas long-short global equity fund
- Are clouds clearing over troubled global financials?
- Hedgies up stakes in WH Ireland to 24%
JP Morgan AM's Conte: why France is my biggest overweight
The European Smaller Companies trust fund manager is also finding opportunities within the European IPO market.
Brewin's Foster: running out of value with Sandy Nairn
In this week's podcast, Guy Foster and Dr Sandy Nairn discuss caution towards the stretched valuations most stock markets today currently offer.
Colin McLean eyes disruptive potential
SVM's Citywire AA-rated manager says he is finding more opportunities within mid cap space.
Profile: BRI plots growth via orphaned clients
BRI Wealth Management hopes to capitalise on larger rivals’ inability to service smaller clients in the face of margin & regulatory pressure