Simon Ellis: 'Innovation and technology likely to be far more significant drivers of industry evolution than regulatory changes'
With technology shaping the industry at breakneck speed, regulators must adapt to such changes to provide better oversight and lower costs, writes Simon Ellis, global head - client segments at HSBC Global Asset Management.
What is the outlook after the end of this tax year?
Amid rapid growth of passives
The big opportunities and key risks for investors in 2017
As a fully paid-up member of the evil metropolitan overlord class - aka the 'liberal-left media elite' - I have always been a tad amused by the absence of a second line of attack, namely we are all unnecessarily cynical.
Expect nuanced performance
Growing political risk
Large acquisitions due
Stabilisation in India and China
Sentiment finally turns positive
Which funds topped the chart?
Worries over underlying drivers
Do not insist on cash handouts
Concern for bond markets
Assets can vary
In the latest in our series of interviews with some of the industry's key Investment Influencers, Investment Week talks to Schroders' Marcus Brookes.
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Initiative to raise money for Cancer Research UK
Michael Sayers, director of research for equities at Fidelity International, discusses the findings of the firm's 2017 Analyst Survey, which comprised responses from 17,000 meetings conducted with CEOs, CFOs and division heads throughout the year.
China remains most important issue
Insights from IW's Property Breakfast Briefing
Type of BB+ bonds
Minimal impact on alternative energy
Risk of Abe resigning