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Financial Group hit with FCA recruitment ban

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has made use of its suspension powers for the first time, banning two of the Financial’s Group subsidiaries from recruiting new Appointed Representatives (ARs) and individual advisers for a total of four and a half months...

Investors expect interest rates to rise

According to Hargreaves Lansdown’s Investor Confidence Survey, 90% of investors expect UK interest rates to rise within the next 12 months...

FCA begins prosecution against Phillip Boakes for unauthorised investment scheme

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has today commenced a criminal prosecution against Phillip Boakes for 13 alleged offences relating to an unauthorised investment scheme he operated between 1 October 2004 and 4 June 2013...

First rate rise expected in H1 2015 as UK economy enjoys purple patch

By Abi Oladimeji, head of investment strategy, Thomas Miller Investment   Sound fundamentals   Recent data show that the UK economy continues to enjoy a purple patch...

‘India's budget shows positive signs’

Now the dust has settled after the announcement of the first budget under India's new Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, Craig Botham, Emerging Market Economist for Schroders, gives his thoughts on its implications for India's economy and markets...

Investment management technology heavyweight opens London office

RFA, a technology advisor to investment management clients, has this month announced the opening of its London office...

FCA offers guidance on the boundary between different investment advice models

Guidance to support firms which want to provide simplified advice or sales without a recommendation has been published by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) this month...

Investor sentiment in property still top, despite monthly downward swing

Investor confidence in UK property saw the second-biggest month-on-month downward swing this month, down six percentage points, according to the Lloyds Bank Private Banking Investor Sentiment Index...

No ‘feel good’ factor from World Cup for retail investors

Evidence of a Since short-term economic boosts have been well-documented after successful World Cup campaigns, following England’s early exit in Brazil, it seems retail investors have little appetite to change their investment strategy, according to the latest Halifax Share Dealing Market Tracker...

‘Risk-targeted funds likely to be popular with smaller investors in a post-RDR world’

Smaller investors are likely to find risk-targeted fund propositions more attractive in a post-RDR environment, a panel of industry experts has concluded...

Hargreave Hale to open York office

Hargreave Hale is to open an office in York to coincide with the appointment of three investment managers...

Foxtons given “outperform status” from Credit Suisse

British estate agency chain Foxtons has received a strong endorsement from Credit Suisse, after being given an “outperform” status – akin to a recommendation for investment in the future...

World’s greatest investors’ methods explored in new book

A new book by portfolio manager Frederik Vanhaverbeke explores the strategies of the world’s greatest investors...

‘Scottish independence could cause severe economic challenges’

With less than two months to go until the Scottish referendum, Schroders European Economist, Azad Zangana provides his thoughts on the economic and political challenges of Scottish Independence:   Scotland will hold an historic referendum that could see it end a 300-year long political and economic union with the rest of the UK...

It wasn’t me – the 'self-serving bias' of the financial sector

By Guido Baltussen, Senior Quantitive Investment Strategist at ING Investment Management   Investors who make big profits like to slap themselves on the back, but as soon as they start making a loss they all too often point the finger at unfavourable market conditions and bad luck...

Matomy Media Group IPO raises £41 million

London Stock Exchange (LSE) this week welcomed Matomy, the second company to be admitted to the High Growth Segment...

Aviva Investors launches multi-strategy capability range

Aviva Investors has this month announced the launch of its multi-strategy capability range.    The Aviva Investors Multi-Strategy Target Return capability aims to deliver a return of 5% per annum above the Bank of England base rate over any rolling three-year period by investing in a globally diversified multi-strategy portfolio...

Robert Reid retained by CityR for US investment consultancy

CityR has announced the retention of the services of Robert Reid from Syndaxi as a Consultant. Robert will be providing consultancy within the UK market to CityR, which offers US property investment opportunities to British investors...

Introducing NISAs – the new tax-efficient investing account

The government offers generous tax breaks to encourage you to save, and one of the most popular and accessible is a NISA...

‘8 in 10 don't understand the New ISA’

After yesterday’s launch of the New ISA (NISA), alarming research by TD Investing has revealed that 77% of Brits has little or no understanding of the £15,000 New ISA allowance...



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