Multi-Asset Review: Read analysis, features and opinion on your MAR microsite
The forces at play in investment - most obviously, regulatory change, uncertain markets and shifting demographics - are as strong today as they were when Professional Adviser launched its sister magazine Multi-Asset Review in 2017.
As a result, financial advisers and their clients continue to face some very tough questions although, equally, outcome-oriented multi-asset investments continue to provide very acceptable answers.
This part of the Professional Adviser website - in conjunction with Multi-Asset Review - will therefore offer analysis, features and opinion on five key areas of interest to UK financial advisers who are either considering or are already outsourcing part or all of their investment capabilities to a third party.
These areas are: multi-asset solutions, including multi-manager; discretionary fund managers, including managers of model portfolio services; fund research and ratings; risk-profiling techniques; and adviser platforms.
To make sure you receive your own copy of the next issue of Multi-Asset Review, which is published every other month, please do register your interest here
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'It was relatively smooth'
The Contrarian View
'There are obstacles'
'Advisers are the GPs of investing'
'Public showing interest in ESG'
Sharing is caring
Longer-term incentives needed
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'Last two years particularly stark'
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'Prepare a key insights document'
At times when scandal tears through the industry, David Boyle believes in the importance of regrouping, learning and making sure all bases are covered with sound due diligence practices
Risk-mapped or risk-targeted?
Paying for knowledge is fair
'Arm's length at a reasonable cost'
Guarding against liquidity risk