Investment Week asks which financial services companies are standing out as the sector's recovery continues
Asset management groups have just six more months to comply with the fifth iteration of the UCITS directive, which is set to increase the gap between UCITS and AIFMD funds and also overhaul fund manager remuneration policies. Charles Bathurst, consultant...
Economist dismisses fears of hard landing
How manageable are economic threats?
Global economist Nouriel Roubini argues that rating agencies are no longer fit for purpose as they are 'backward looking' and have managed to escape any real scrutiny following the financial crisis.
Charges currently 'not fair' for large wealth managers
UK GDP increased by 0.7% in the second quarter of 2015, according to the Office for National Statistics' initial reading, the tenth consecutive quarter of positive growth.
Financial services is not a sector where the word 'innovation' immediately springs to mind. However, that is exactly what I, and my fellow judges, were looking to recognise when we decided who should win the 20-Year Outstanding Contribution accolade at...
J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s Stephanie Flanders has said that investors should “expect less of everything” in future - including investment returns - because of the weakness of the global economy.
Investment Week celebrated the 20th anniversary of its flagship Fund Manager of the Year Awards at a glittering ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall last night.
Structural reforms are opening up the Spanish market to alternatives managers and lenders again, writes Squircle Capital managing partner José Caireta
An overheated exchange
Geoff Lunt, senior product specialist, Asian fixed income at HSBC Global Asset Management, explains why Asia's bond market is set to become more mainstream and no longer a niche option for investors
John Wyn-Evans, head of investment strategy at Investec Wealth & Investment, takes a closer look at the global impact of recent currency wars and a future rise in US interest rates.
How to protect against another Lehman
An uncorrelated, long/short outperformer
How can the Fed solve the interest rate conundrum?
By Alliance Trust Investments
Are fund rationalisations set to continue?
Ian Currie, the founder of boutique firm, Seneca Partners, talks to Investment Week's editorial director, Lawrence Gosling, about the opportunities to invest in companies being cut out of the traditional banking and finance routes.
Crowded trades in transparent markets
From urbanisation and the rise of a new middle class in emerging markets, to a renewed focus on corporate governance, managers explain which global structural changes are having the greatest impact on their portfolios.