Complacency, rising volatility and crypto bubbles: Advisers reveal key concerns

Turning to alternative investments

Laura Dew
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Rising volatility is causing advisers to increase their alternative allocation
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Rising volatility is causing advisers to increase their alternative allocation

More than 80% of financial advisers believe the length of the current bull market has made their clients more complacent about risk, according to a survey by Natixis Investment Managers.

The survey, which questioned 2,775 financial advisers globally including 300 from the UK, found 82% said their clients were complacent about risk and 79% said clients did not recognise risk until it had...

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