FCA fund panel chair denies bias and apologises to Schroders and the IA
Chris Sier, the chairman of the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) institutional disclosure working group (IDWG), has apologised to the Investment Association (IA) for a perceived slur on the trade body in a newspaper interview.
- Regulator sets £35m revenue threshold for more onerous SMCR conversion
- Serco and Dixons Carphone jump on results relief
- Fund fraudster's sentence increased for failing to pay confiscation order 4
- Two US regulators warn on crypto dangers as ethereum hits record high
- What’s on these wealth managers' Christmas wishlists? 1
- The Expert View: Balfour Beatty, Ashtead and Time Out
- Wealth Manager Top 100 2017: 25 pet peeves
- Wealth Manager Top 100 2017: inside fund buy lists 2
- Wealth Manager Top 100 2017: the final 25 giants
- Wealth Manager Top 100 2017: the penultimate 25 forces
- Wealth Manager Top 100 2017: the next 25 heavyweights
- Wealth Manager Top 100 2017: the first 25 big guns
- CISI slams FCA plan to scrap Approved Persons Register 5
- Is the auto industry the next ‘Big Short?’
- How to make a compensation payout last a lifetime 1
- Déjà vu all over again: tax avoidance or criminal activity?
- Should wealth firms consider TV advertising?
- Data protection dilemma: how to tackle Mifid II and GDPR clash
Ian Cowie: I am patiently backing a Woodford turnaround
It has been a challenging year for two prominent investment trust managers - Neil Woodford and Sam Isaly - for very different reasons. Here's why Ian Cowie continues to hold both trusts.
- Aberdeen leaves Aviva for dust in property fund chase 2
- Bargain hunters pounce on MedicX after solid results
- Proof that investment trusts beat funds 80% of the time
- Vietnam Holding: there's easily another 50% in the market
- Empiric Student Property sacks boss after dividend cut 2
- Scottish hikes dividend as contrarian calls bring in cash
- AA-rated Veysey's pick of the fallen angels
- Janus Henderson AUM climbs 5% as integration beats schedule
- Bank of England lifts rates for first time in decade
- ESG no longer means no returns, say Liontrust bond duo
- Janus Henderson hires Columbia Threadneedle bond boss Cielinski
- Fed prepares to unwind $4.2 trillion in bond holdings
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Thursday Papers: UK turns to sanctioned Russian project for gas supply
And Rupert Murdoch and his family will hold a stake in Walt Disney of less than 5% following the planned $60 billion sale of 21st Century Fox assets.
- Shale stuck in quicksand: The obscure factors impacting US oil production
- Platform supremo rejoins Old Mutual Wealth to lead proposition
- Wednesday Papers: Disney nears $60bn deal to take over Fox assets
- Overnight Markets: Banks help S&P 500, Dow scale new highs
- $50k bitcoin and Corbyn for PM? Nine fund views on 2018 1
Mark Barnett - part 2: why I'm not buying Lloyds
In the second part of our exclusive video interview, Barnett explains why he has no intention of buying Lloyds, and where he sees the greatest income opportunities.
A VIEW FROM THE DESK
Joffy’s Journal – Common mistakes made by investors
Jonathan (Joffy) Willcocks looks at the three common mistakes many people make when thinking about their investments.
Profile: JM Finn on why the future is with financial planners
There is a lot of work on pension consolidation and Sipps have been a big driver there, says JM Finn chief executive