Unclear on job moves
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McGhee joins from banking trade body
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In June 2016, immediately before the Brexit referendum, a curious thing happened.
In response to investor feedback
Historic levels of M&A
Brent Crude fell 0.8% to $53.51 a barrel
Targets buy-side best practice
Largest firms applying fee caps
Revised from 0.3% to 0.2%
Attracted over 2,300 'founders'
One in 10 FTSE 100 CEOs began their career at firm
'Buyer beware' in the solutions arena
The US retail sector is struggling. This may seem strange, given the US economy is strengthening and consumer confidence is rising.
Many investors have come to rely on asset allocations modelled on the old economic order: decades of globalisation, falling inflation, slowing economic growth and declining interest rates.
Withdrawal of QE could cause 'considerable fallout'
When investments deliver double-digit returns within a year, it is normal for investors to pause for breath and reassess the original investment thesis.
'We are citizens of the planet'
US equities have been very much the place to be in the past ten years. They have been a supremely performing asset class, driving the outperformance of developed markets.
UK equity income continues to look relatively attractive in a world of low interest rates and low bond yields.
At the moment, I am finding value in a number of pockets across the market - including the oil & gas, financials and telecoms sectors - but a lot of my recent positioning has been oriented towards increasing sterling exposure via a number of deep-value...
The threat of populism may have abated in Europe for now, but investors in the continent should not rest on their laurels, argues Chris Hiorns, manager of the EdenTree Amity European fund.
Implications for banks