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IOSCO issues recommendations to improve risk management for investment funds 07/02/2018

Ex-RBS trader banned for misconduct 09/01/2018

2017 a positive year for most private client investors - ARC PCIs 04/01/2018
2017 was a positive year for most private client investors regardless of reference currency and risk appetite, according to ARC's performance estimates for December and Q4 2017 for the Private Client Indices.

The super rich are getting ready for the Apocalypse 03/11/2017

Global growth optimism continues to fall among investors, finds BofA Merrill Lynch 13/09/2017
Optimism over global growth has continued to decline with a quarter (25 percent) of investors expecting a stronger economy in the next 12 months compared to 62 percent at the beginning of the year.

JHC launches digital risk tool 11/08/2017

Brexiteers have made the EU stronger, says Algebris Macro Credit Fund 19/04/2017
By leaving the European Union due to it appearing weak, Brexiteers have instead made it stronger according to portfolio manager at Algebris Macro Credit Fund Alberto Gallo.

Market supervision remains 'core task' for Swiss regulator 04/04/2017
Market supervision remains a core task for the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA), according to chief executive Mark Branson's speech at FINMA's annual media conference today.

New model set to change adviser/platform relationship - SEI and lang cat 31/03/2017
Advisers must reconsider their relationships with platforms if they wish to grow their business, according to a report by financial services consultancy the lang cat commissioned by SEI.

Market volatility will remain through Brexit negotiations - UBS Wealth Management 28/03/2017
Market volatility is likely to remain elevated during the Brexit negotiation period, according to a note issued by UBS Wealth Management on their predictions for the aftermath of Article 50 being triggered on Wednesday.

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