Overnight Markets: US stocks decline after Fed minutes
All three benchmarks gave up early gains in a steep reversal in the afternoon, an hour after the FOMC minutes were released.
Deutsche Bank wealth arm forms new team
The German bank hired six relationship managers to cover Southeast Asia in December
Should investors beware of collateral damage from ETFs?
Physical ETFs are booming in popularity compared with their synthetic peers, owing to their perceived safety. But should their widespread use of stock lending give investors cause for concern?
‘We are hostages of the numbers’: what you need to know about the Fed
Every week, market veteran and president of Winston Capital Advisors, Fabian Onetti, gives his take on what will impact markets in the weeks ahead.
Is Mifid II the final nail in the wealth advisory coffin?
With the discretionary march relentless over the last five years, Danielle Levy asks what new European rules could mean for advisory arms.
Asian stocks dip after Europe’s decline
Japan's Nikkei 225 slid 1.1% in early trade as financials, manufacturing and energy-related names traded in negative territory.
Talib Sheikh to join Jupiter as multi asset head
JP Morgan Asset Management's Talib Sheikh has joined Jupiter Asset Management as its head of multi-asset strategy.
Boutique turns AA-rated manager’s fund green
Castlefield Investment Partners has launched a sustainable multi-asset fund as it overhauled several of its core funds into sustainable mandates.
What is the best way to pay wealth managers?
WH Ireland recently joined Charles Stanley in paying its wealth managers based on performance rather than revenue.
IFAs and experts brand managed portfolio services 'needlessly complicated'
Managed portfolio services (MPSs) are hard to compare, have unsustainably high charges, and use outdated labelling. So say advisers and investment experts who reacted to our analysis of the sector.