Investment Week reveals winners of the Fund Manager of the Year Awards 2020: Watch the show again here
Celebrating 25 years of the awards
The latest on the UK's life outside the EU
Dissenting voice on QE raises questions
The onset of the current crisis has exposed fragilities in the global economy caused by a long obsession with efficiency, to the exclusion of all else.
Follows May departure of Mark Savage
Deciding how best to ease the UK's coronavirus lockdown is proving as divisive as Brexit.
Managing rising costs amid myriad macro risks
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Our throwback quiz returns
Preparing for life after the furlough scheme
Mayar Capital's experience
1 July plans due to 'lack of differentiation'
Bespoke manager sessions return on 9 June
2020 will be remembered by UK income investors for decades to come.
Covering London and South East, and Wilmslow office
Following the financial crash of 2008, investors have benefited from a decade of bullish markets, and while there were indications that a slowdown was on the horizon, economic stasis caused by a flu pandemic was not on anyone's radar.
Eyes further rate cuts
A steep contraction in the UK economy is all but inevitable. Indeed, the latest survey data points to a sharp drop in activity since the start of the Covid-19 crisis.
With the UK facing the prospect of the sharpest drop in economic activity for more than 300 years, now seems a challenging time to be searching for growth.
New date set for 16 July
Covid-19 and the measures taken to contain it have caused an extraordinary level of operating losses, debt accumulation and dividend cancellation across the UK equity market.
Engendering better buying behaviours
Lowest CPI reading since August 2016
The necessary steps to improve investor fortunes