'View from the front row'
As US dollar strength weighs
What is on influencers' radars?
20-plus years of consecutive dividend increases
'It wasn't the outcome we hoped for'
Donates proceeds to charity
To increase investor awareness
To demonstrate added value
A 'regime of remedies'
F&C Multi-Manager survey
Original proposals would lead to 'over-optimistic' outcomes
Amid challenging market conditions
Rathbone Unit Trust Management chief executive Mike Webb has urged advisers to consider the sustainability of fund performance when doing their due diligence, as he warned there is "still too much herding" going on in the market.
When should you look at taking clients' money away from an underperforming manager?
The Investment Association (IA) has set out plans to identify a 'primary' share class for the purpose of comparing fund performance, as the number available to investors multiplies rapidly post-RDR.
Investors are almost as likely to switch providers over ethical concerns as they are for poor customer service or because they can get a better deal elsewhere, research suggests.
Monkeys vs fund managers revisited (or the trouble with market cap weighted indices)
The reputations of the men and women managing investment funds is the most important factor when selecting vehicles for clients, research suggests.
If you have been reading the national press in recent weeks you could be excused for thinking the actively managed fund industry was on its last legs.
The number of consumers willing to invest ethically has risen by 18% over the past year, according to Co-operative Insurance.