The government seems to know the answer to the above question as it has commissioned a report/review into the area, but I still find myself a little confused by the concept.
Dermot Campbell, CEO of Kuber Ventures, responds to the most recent Treasury consultation on supporting innovative businesses
Ten years since the event
2016 particularly painful for stockpickers
NN Investment Partners' Robert Davis asks if the market has fallen in love with the 'story' at the expense of remembering valuations.
While angst over the longer-term implications of Brexit is still rising, there has also been hope the depreciation in the pound would have a more immediate beneficial impact on trade flows, writes Richard Jeffrey, chief economist at Cazenove Capital....
In the past five to ten years, we have all become more familiar with behavioural economics, and the past few months has seen the launch of some funds using a strand of this through artificial intelligence (AI).
Renewed focus from the FCA on fund selectors
BMO Global Asset Management co-heads of multi-manager Gary Potter and Rob Burdett recently travelled to the US to get an on-the-ground view behind the headlines. Here, they explain why investors write off the US equity market at their peril.
Industry pressure on fees
Room for both to grow
How big is too big?
Mundy's Moment: Preparing for a world where low risk becomes high risk and high risk morphs to low risk
Are concerns 'overcooked'?
The Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) study of the investment platform market will place the industry's key relationships under the competition spotlight, writes Melanie Martin, associate in the EU, competition and regulatory practice of Maclay Murray...
'Equivalent of investment trolling'
The biggest news stories over the summer months
Charles Stanley's head of investment management shares his views
Eric Moore, manager of the FP Miton Income fund, takes a closer look at opportunities in the life assurance, mining and banking sectors.
Jordan Sriharan, head of collectives research at Thomas Miller Investment, explores the benefits of using active and passive strategies in portfolio construction.
Reasons to remain cautious
Usage reaching a tipping point
Fundamentals stronger than headlines suggest
Annual summit takes place this week
From May to the end of June, many investors appeared to have fallen under a spell, writes Andrew Harmstone, portfolio manager for the global multi-asset team at Morgan Stanley Investment Management.