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ALFI conference: the changing asset management industry 22/04/2015
The ALFI (Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry) Conference in London's Guildhall saw a panel of experts discuss the changing asset management industry, covering topics including passive versus active fund managers, asset management opportunities regarding an emerging Asian middle class, and the effect of increased regulation in Taiwan.

UBS Wealth Management on the potential market risks of a Labour-SNP deal 20/04/2015
With neither of the two biggest parties opening up a commanding lead, investors still face the prospect of an inconclusive election result.

Towry's head of investments gives Japan a little more time 17/04/2015
Towry is giving Prime Minister Shinzō Abe the benefit of the doubt in spite of his three-arrowed ‘Abenomics’ programme so far falling short of its promises.

Volatility ahead - HSBC PB 16/04/2015
HSBC Private Bank has warned of volatility following any US interest rate rise but retains its commitment to European equities

Why biotechnology will retain its Midas Touch 14/04/2015
Biotechnology has turned out to be a great investment in recent years. The four London-listed investment trusts* that either invest exclusively in the sector, or have significant exposure to the asset class have generated an average annualised growth in net asset value of 38.47 percent over the past three years; 48.89 percent over one year; and 37.54 percent over the past six months (Source: Investment Trust Newsletter Statistical Supplement April 2015).

German bunds face double threat - Kames Capital 10/04/2015
German bunds potentially face a double threat of resurgent inflation and wage increases, which could hit home later this year, Kames Capital’s David Roberts has warned.

The limited impact of elections - Hargreaves Lansdown 08/04/2015
Tory governments outperform Labour ones on stock market performance but circumstance is still the driving factor.

Election uncertainty leads Julius Baer to underweight UK 31/03/2015
Christoph Riniker and David Alexander Meier of Julius Baer outline why the bank is underweight on the UK and discuss the likely outcome of the election on May 7.

Investment managers more upbeat at start of 2015 - PwC/CBI 31/03/2015
The CBI/PwC Financial Services Survey is a quarterly trends report that discusses the health, perceptions and plans of the UK financial services industry.

'Don't Panic' on inflation - Julius Baer 25/03/2015
In the spirit of transparency it is worth declaring this writer was the guest of Julius Baer at the British Museum where the Swiss bank is sponsoring 'Defining Beauty - the body in Ancient Greek art'.

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