More risks in UK than Europe
Second of five interviews in a new series with RLAM's head of multi-asset
Previously slated for November 2016
A 'bumpy ride' ahead
US dollar stands to suffer in next market wobble
World Economic Forum calls for 'fundamental reform' to capitalism as populism enters top global risks
'Increasing polarisation of societies'
Julius Pursaill, who provides independent governance over assets of around £150bn, argues for the regular testing of investment assumptions.
Niall Gallagher, investment director at GAM, analyses how investors in Europe can navigate political risk and where the best opportunities are likely to be.
Firm led by Bestinvest founder Spiers
Volatility target of 8%
Reduced regulation in financials a 'positive factor'
Become 'disillusioned' with absolute return funds
The increasing popularity of protectionist policies - the practice of individual countries shielding their industries from foreign competition - is growing to become one of the biggest dangers to investors currently, according to a new report.
Eighth anniversary of collapse of Lehman Brothers
Eight years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers' triggered the global financial collapse, fund managers reveal the biggest lessons learned and those which remain on the horizon and are continuing to threaten the asset management industry.
Stocked up on equities ahead of the referendum
Following last week's successful Brexit vote, investors should be under no illusion that globalisation is now under attack.
The Trump card was once seen as a joker in the presidential election pack. But the possibility of him being elected is now being taken seriously around the world and from an investment perspective that clearly generates some anxiety.
Targets returns of LIBOR plus 2%-4%
FCA Business Plan and Risk Outlook 2016/17
Investor confidence at lowest level
The bears are wrong