International Desk - page 2
Mifid II dark pools shake-up halted on data problems
European regulators have been forced to suspend plans to improve transparency in the share trading due to a lack of data.
BNP Paribas big on value investing this year
The French private bank outlined fixed income ideas for rising rates
Boutique asset managers set to merge forming $2.3bn business
Value managers Quaero Capital and Tiburon Partners have announced they will merge subject to FCA and Finma approval.
US equities: Trump success lifts markets
The American president’s tax reform victory has seen shares of high United States corporate taxpayers significantly outperform low payers. But are there still opportunities for investors wanting to play this theme?
More pro-Brexit voices tipped for cabinet reshuffle today
A major reshuffle of the cabinet could see a more pro-Brexit business minister, as Theresa May prepares to make changes to the top jobs in government.
Veteran manager Mark Mobius to retire
Emerging markets veteran Mark Mobius will retire from fund management after more than 30 years with Franklin Templeton.
What Brexit means for UK asset managers
Press reports have claimed the UK's asset management industry is under threat from Brexit and moves by France to attract firms to its shores. But when Citywire looked at the issue last year, conflicting messages abounded.
Factor investing works with Chinese A-shares
Value works but momentum does not, according to new research
Mifid II: eight insiders' views on the landmark regulation
As the 3 January deadline for Mifid II hits eight industry insiders give their thoughts on the landmark regulation and its possible effects.
Bye bye Bellpenny? Twitter change suggests name will go
Consolidator Bellpenny looks to set to disappear from the advice landscape as it becomes Ascot Lloyd following a £6 billion merger in July last year.