How the industry can avoid the mistakes of 2008
The takeaways from Lehmans' collapse
Favouring gold and government bonds
Assessing the UK's financial health since 2016
Beware new 'norms'
Central bank concerns
Rathbones' David Coombs on protecting portfolios
A question of selectivity
Difficulty in finding attractively priced bonds
Mention sequence risk in any university finance department and you will probably be met with blank stares, writes Andrew Clare, professor of asset management at Cass Business School.
Markets have realised they have a new concept of risk to play with: idiotic risk. Largely unquantifiable, we see many shining examples, whether in North Korea, the White House or No 10.
Different understanding of risk
Governance improving but too slowly
Further work is needed
Increasing cash allocations
'Luck can artificially boost returns'
Last of five interviews in new series with RLAM’s head of multi-asset
In the second of a three-part series, Didier Saint-Georges, managing director and member of the investment committee at Carmignac, takes a closer look at why volatility does not mean a red flag and the dangers of 'Turkey Syndrome'
Carmignac's Saint-Georges on managing 'unknown risks'
Beware the latter-day alchemists
Funds relying on top ten holdings
Defence spending has hit the headlines in recent months, particularly following the surprise election victory of US President Donald Trump.
Still important to hold government bonds