How to get the most of clients' cash holdings
For those who need to hold a large amount of cash in their portfolio and know how long they can commit to, switching to better rates can keep cash workingBy Alan Sneddon - 16 April 2019, 10:21
Tried and tested solutions to volatile markets won’t cut it
To reduce the effects of gyrating markets on our funds, we have to own defensive assets that perform well when equities fall
Aberdeen Standard and alternatives boutique join forces
Aberdeen Standard Investments has bought into Gresham House as part of a joint venture with the business’s smaller companies investment team
Revealed: Gars pain grows with £17.2 billion blow
We've crunched the data on Gars and it is not looking good for the multi-asset strategy
Gender-focused investments prove to be standout performers
Companies must not limit themselves to assessing women’s conditions in the working environment, but focus on how their products and services can improve economic opportunities and social wellbeing
Reit rout a warning sign for property funds, says Hawksmoor
Positive returns for open-ended property funds last year despite heavy falls for Reits shows 'optimistic' pricing, says Ben Conway.
Rathbones AUM slides in Q4 as markets slump
Rathbones reported a 6.8% slide in client assets over the final quarter of the year from £41.3 billion to £38.5 billion
Why oil is falling like it's 2008 again
The price of oil is falling at the fastest pace since the financial crisis, but fund managers are eyeing a recovery, with next week's Opec meeting a potential catalyst.
Advisers explain the 'mum test' for multi-asset funds
Advisers say their main reasons for using multi-asset portfolios are simplicity, adaptability to market changes and a disciplined approach to rebalancing.
CEO tapes: the gap between best and worst alternatives is stark
In the final part of our series we take a look at the rise of illiquid investing and whether it really serves in clients best interests.