Manager of Investec UK Special Sits fund
Central bank ammunition
Too close to reality
Views on big issues of today
Church House Investment Management's sales director Sam Liddle discusses why it is wrong to tar all absolute return funds with the same brush.
Sector lacking in true innovation
Buyback ETFs undershooting benchmark indices
Headlines exaggerate reality
Over the past decade, sector classification issues have proved a persistent thorn in the side of the Investment Association (and predecessor the IMA).
Inflows resume in March
Has regulation gone too far?
Regulation is not helping
Research by Morningstar
Until just a few months ago, emerging markets seemed doomed. The four horsemen of the EM apocalypse were supposed to be Brazil, Turkey, South Africa and everyone's least favourite demon – Russia.
Why are the Panama Papers so engrossing and relevant to all of us thousands of miles away in England?
Sweden, Japan and Switzerland all imposed negative rates
We journalistic types love to talk about disruption, but change is threatening.
With the Tata crisis in Port Talbot continuing, John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s global investment strategist, looks at the current state of global steel markets.
Central bank policy disappointing
How will investors look back on Q1 2016? They will probably remember global markets suffered their worst start to a year in two decades, with indices including the FTSE 100 dropping into bear territory as heightened concerns about a China slowdown and...
Investec AM's Alastair Mundy takes a closer look at companies' different dividend strategies as the results season unfolds.
I came across a footballer recently who earns £9k a week playing in the fourth-tier of English football, where clubs see crowds of thousands, not tens of thousands.
Investor confidence at lowest level
Researchers' altruism is constantly tested