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The Treasury’s review of funds should remember all who use them!

The Government faces four particular challenges in its regulation and promotion of the UK asset management industry. It has much to lose and little to gain from change – Britain is Europe’s largest asset management hub and the disruption of … Continue reading

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Don’t be passive; just because your tracking

  Most of us have our pensions invested in passive funds. I use a passive grammatical structure because we do not choose , our funds are chosen by others, hopefully with our best interests in mind. So the best we … Continue reading

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Should I give my job to a computer?

This week the BBC has been running a series of programs on artificial intelligence. The first program asked the question HOW SUSCEPTIBLE ARE JOBS TO COMPUTERISATION? and reference was made to a study published here. I’d give it a read if you have a … Continue reading

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What’s inside the wrapper’s – what matters! Guest blog from Ralph Frank

  I often find myself bemused, and/or confused, when I see investment portfolios specified in terms of product wrappers (e.g. unit trusts, exchange traded funds, structured notes etc.) instead of the underlying investments (e.g. equities, bonds etc.).  The underlying investments, … Continue reading

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