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Quilter CEO on IFAs, robos & his own DB transfer

In the final part of our interview with Paul Feeney, the Quilter chief executive declares that the government has 'left the ring' on savings policy, rounds on robo-advice, and reveals his own experience of the DB transfer market.

CEO Tapes: ESG - we need to get better at the 'G'

In the second part of our CEO series, we explore the burgeoning ESG concept with fund bosses outlining how they try to make a difference.

'They've done it before': Feeney on Quilter quitters

In the second part of our exclusive video interview with Paul Feeney, we hear the Quilter CEO's views on the investment managers leaving the firm, along with his promise to platform users.

CEO Tapes: women - ask what's in it for you?

In a new CEO series, a revealing film discusses the myth that asset management is a meritocracy and why men tend to be more pushy when it comes to pay rises and promotions.

The outperforming UK fund minnow that's a bit different

MFM UK Primary Opportunities manager Oliver Brown sheds some light on the secret behind his fund's recent strong run.

Kames' Peacock: finding the best income opportunities

Return expectations may be lowering for commercial property, but the asset class will continue to deliver 'steady, if unspectacular returns' over the next few years, says Kames Capital's Richard Peacock.

Biggest challenges and opportunities facing private offices

From Cleveland to Gary: Tom Becket's US road trip

Psigma Investment Management's Becket went off track on a recent trip to the US to learn what's really going on at the heart of America.

JP Morgan AM ETF boss: why cash is a viable asset class

JPMAM's head of international ETFs says a 'wall of worries' is driving investors to cash-like ETFs.

It's not all about the money: how private offices retain staff

Private offices often have a reputation of paying less than private banks. Then how do they keep employees motivated?

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