Review of Shinzo Abe's prized policy
This year has once again been one where bullish bond investors have been a little smug.
Asset managers need to invest in developing women so that more female executives are prepared to ascend to the top, write Sarah Dudney and Emma Wallis of The Buy-Side Club.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won his election comfortably, as many in the market hoped and expected.
Old Mutual Wealth's Goodland: Senior leadership need to 'walk the walk' on creating a more diverse talent pool
The importance of financial education
There is a strange obsession in this country with asking successful fund managers when they are going to retire.
The importance of diversity for financial services
Aberdeen and Standard LIfe set aside fund manager bonus retention pot
New CityHive network aiming to help women
When Shinzo Abe first took up his post as Japan's Prime Minister, he did so thanks to his vivid use of language, writes Charles Stanley's John Redwood.
6% increase year-on-year
Martin Flood, manager of the Lazard US Equity Concentrated fund, on why he believes US consumers can continue to drive economic growth as middle class fortunes improve.
Many firms reaffirmed their commitment to London and the UK in the wake of the Brexit vote, and like the majority of economic data that has surfaced following June's EU referendum, recruitment activity in the City surprised on the upside.
In the second part of our special feature, multi-asset managers explain their US positioning in the face of further market volatility as interest rate rises loom and the presidential election campaign enters its final months.
There are many ways to look at the UK economy to get a gauge of its health, writes Architas's Nathan Sweeney, including the most notable employment, GDP and inflation figures.
Largest round of layoffs at firm
Follows departures of high profile 'star managers'
When Abenomics was launched and large-scale QE introduced to much fanfare a few years ago, the bold message communicated was we could expect monetary policy easing on a scale not previously seen.
The US Federal Reserve's decision to raise interest rates at the end of 2015 marks a new phase for markets in the post-2008 recovery,writes Mark Harris, head of multi asset at City Financial.
Managers face personal accountability
The reason for the Federal Reserve's caution on rates could be closer to home: US unemployment is simply higher than headlines suggest.
Meera Hearnden, senior investment manager at Parmenion Capital Partners, argues the pace of interest rate increases could negatively impact the US