Lang Cat: 90% of platform assets at risk of disruption
Approximately 90% of the £519bn assets held on adviser platforms are subject to disruption from a major business change, according to the Lang Cat.
Americans like it stupid, for europeans smart is beta
While standard index-trackers are more widely used in the US than in Europe, the opposite is true for so-called smart beta strategies, according to a survey conducted by the asset manager FTSE Russell among mainly institutional investors.
PA Analysis: Growth bubbling under, or underwhelming bubble growing?
The recent bond market gyrations have disturbed the fragile peace that had broken out between bulls and bears. Some of the stronger consensus calls have been dented and questions about bubbles have once more to emerge – as have advocates for both sides.
Many managers still avoid drinking commodities Kool-Aid
Failure to heed the earnings versus cash dichotomy is making mining companies an unappetising prospect for money managers, according to industry experts.
Davy cements northern ireland position with latest acquisition
The Davy Group’s UK Private Clients division has agreed to acquire Graham Corry Cheevers, boosting its presence in Northern Ireland, and further cementing the platform it plans to use to grow its UK operations.