Ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall on 6 July
Educating investors on differences between active and passive funds
Manager of the Insight Inflation Linked Corporate Bond fund
Rising female employment rate
If you backed eurozone equities in the first half of 2017, well done you.
Aviva Investors' Thom Forsha
'Global investment has never felt less risky'
Global economic growth strongest since the start of 2014
FCA unveils final rules for MiFID II implementation; Confirms trusts status; DFMs subject to taping rules
Comes into force on 3 January 2018
Four advice firms also on list
Can worry too much
Latest edition of the print magazine online
Asset managers need to rebuild trust
In the latest in our series of interviews with some of the industry's key Investment Influencers, Investment Week talks to Chris Ralph of St James's Place.
Discussions with clients
The MiFID II regime will have ramifications for buy-side global asset managers and sell-side research providers relating to use of dealing commissions and cost allocation for research expenditures, writes William Yonge, private investment funds partner...
Investment Week is pleased to recognise the winners of our Investment Marketing and Innovation Awards 2017, who were honoured at a special ceremony in London on 30 June.
Managers from Investment Week's Thematic Investing Breakfast Briefing discuss the drivers and risks for these strategies.
Recent softer price indications from the US brought us back another year in terms of the battle between those who believed we were set for long-term secular stagnation and those who believed we were on a new reflationary path.
The outlook for US equities is a highly contested point between market participants today, with even Janet Yellen joining the fray saying: "Forward price-to-earnings ratios for equities have increased to a level well above their median of the past three...
Investors waiting on sidelines
On 14 June, the Federal Reserve raised short-term rates by another 25bps from 1% to 1.25%, despite fairly weak inflation figures.
Declining smoking statistics
Markets have enjoyed a very strong start to the year.