"This was always going to happen, wasn't it?" I sighed as I spotted the chairman of the improbably-sized investment company Prandeamus Asset Management in another café in a more southerly French town square.
"Clearly so after last week's cliff-hanger where we chatted about that Freakonomics podcast on poor standards of financial literacy around the world," he replied. "I seem to remember you implied you...
… and not just wagging their tax tails
Consultation open until 12 March 2018
'Advisers are waking up'
Investors across the globe have an apparently innate home bias, preferring to invest in companies based in domestic markets rather than looking abroad, says Thomas Wells, Multi-asset Fund Manager at Aviva Investors.
Quarter of retirees in “substantial debt”