10 February 2012
Peter Pierce of Atlantic Venture Management reveals how analysing patterns of fund manager behaviour can have a positive impact on returns.
09 January 2012
The EIS has a cocktail of tax benefits and, of course, it is most appropriate for someone who can make use of the maximum tax breaks.
02 December 2011
Maria Merricks looks at how hedge funds can help retail investors achieve portfolio diversification.
21 October 2011
Managed futures managers, otherwise known as commodity trading advisers (CTAs), are hedge fund managers who run mostly computer-based systematic strategies on a basket of liquid, exchange-traded futures markets.
10 October 2011
The effect of fund charges over the long term make closed-ended trusts an attractive option for a child’s investment, writes F&C’s Ed Morse.
12 July 2011
Simon Massey of Menzies explains what your can and cannot claim as deductions against rental income.
10 June 2011
Stellar's Jonathan Gain explains how trading companies can help your clients find flexibility and asset control in their IHT planning.
15 April 2011
Skandia International's Rachael Griffin looks at why IHT planning is vital for expats.
31 March 2011
WAY Investment Services' Mark Benson gives an update on how the Budget 2011 affected inheritance tax planning.
18 March 2011
UCIS are perfectly safe products to recommend, if done in the right manner, says Tony Bray of threesixty Services.
14 March 2011
David Nash, of the Chancery Partnership, takes a look at how Enterprise Zones can offer high-end clients tax-efficient investment opportunities.
11 March 2011
David Ingram, director of threesixty Services, explains how to advise on unregulated collective investment schemes in a compliant fashion.
22 February 2011
JLT's Martyn Scott outlines the planning opportunities you can use to reduce your client's Capital Gains Tax charges.
08 February 2011
The Assured Fund's Andrew Walters unravels the complex tax rules surrounding life settlements.
03 February 2011
With the fifth anniversary of A Day approaching, Jane Davies of James Hay & The IPS Partnership, looks at how pensions legislation has evolved.
Financial services has witnessed a number of famous apologies over the years linked to fraud, rogue trading, and even train fare dodging. Investment Week remembers the most notable, and the ones which never were.
China’s global reach could widen if the MSCI China Emerging Markets index is opened up to domestic stocks and the IMF decides to include the renminbi in its special drawing rights currency basket this year. Nitesh Shah, associate director, research, at ETF Securities, analyses what the two events could mean for investors.
Fidelity's Leigh Himsworth is investing in wealth management companies as a key theme within his UK Opportunities fund, in the hope M&A and pension reforms will boost the sector.
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