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BofA Merrill Lynch survey: less appetite for higher risk exposures 20/05/2015 Global investors have less appetite for higher risk exposures, particularly in the U.S., according to the BofA Merrill Lynch Fund Manager Survey for May.
Who wears the financial trousers in your household? Spectrem study 19/05/2015 Wives thought they were taking decisions together... Higher earners more likely to embrace online investing 19/05/2015 Higher earners in the UK are more likely to make investment decisions online than those on lower incomes, despite their investments being much larger, according to a new study by financial services software developer IRESS. Young US investors most engaged in responsible investing - Spectrem study 15/05/2015 Franklin Templeton pension survey examines IFA opportunities 15/05/2015 According to Franklin Templeton’s Retirement Income Strategies and Expectations (RISE) survey, the government’s anticipated pension freedom reforms will create a series of new opportunities for financial advisers. Africa leads frontier wealth survey 14/05/2015 Nigeria has been ranked as the world’s most promising frontier market according to a new study conducted by investment platform Emerging Crowd.
BNY Mellon predicts $10 trillion GDP growth from global four 13/05/2015 Reforms and recovery in four of the world’s largest economies could lead to combined GDP growth of $10 trillion over the next five years, according to BNY Mellon’s latest white paper. Non-whites make the running in South Africa's net worth accumulation 13/05/2015 Blacks, Indians and other ‘non-white’ people are fuelling the growth of personal high net worth assets in South Africa, with citizens of previously “disadvantaged” backgrounds now accounting for just under of a third – at 31 percent – of all HNW individuals.
UK benefits from Guernsey fund market - KPMG research 12/05/2015 A KPMG report titled ‘International Capital Flows’ has revealed that Guernsey funds expedite £25 billion of inward investment to the UK from global investors UK investors unwilling to meet high adviser costs, finds Legg Mason survey 07/05/2015 The average wealthy investor in the UK is willing to pay a maximum of £110 an hour for financial advice, less than half the amount charged by some advisers.
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