The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has revealed the escalating cost of Brexit it faces, as it prioritises its role in preparations for the UK's departure from the European Union, amid a "challenging year" for the regulator.
In its business plan for 2018/2019, published today (9 April), the FCA said it has carved out an additional £16m from its budget to fund its Brexit work alongside its normal responsibilities, bringing...
Will be 'core to all great portfolios'
Why the traditional approach of combining bonds and equities is not the best way to improve risk-adjusted returns
Partner Insight: The way in which bonds have been so successfully combined with equities in the past 35 years has been contingent on them delivering high returns in periods of equity market stress. Yet in half of the 20-year periods over the past 120...
£34bn of non-sterling assets to be merged
Spent 13 years at Pictet
Joined with Chinese asset manager Ping An