Financial advisers have reported a huge upsurge in environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing among their clients over the past 12 months.
Eurobank in Greece has selected Temenos Wealth to strengthen its position in wealth management and affluent segment services.
UK based money app Ziglu, which was created by Mark Hipperson, one of the founders of Starling Bank, and which enables customers to buy and sell a range of cryptocurrencies, has reported a doubling in the number of new customers during this year’s lockdown.
Easy access and notice accounts may well be ideal savings vehicles for those who have spare cash to put aside, particularly those who are not confident to invest in more risky ventures.
A UK-based digital artist sold an entire collection of digital artwork in under 20 seconds when it went online this week.
Research from Canada Life today reveals a growing wave of ‘Late Financial Bloomers’ is changing the face of retirement. This group secure their financial stability later in life and currently make up just 6 per cent of the retirement market but is expected to grow significantly over the next 15 years.
As more people look to make a positive influence on society and the environment with their investments, impact investing is becoming an increasingly common practice among retail investors. The size of the impact investing market has grown by 42.4 per cent and as of last April is worth USD715 billion, compared to USD502 billion in 2019.
Ivan Gilmore (pictured), Head of Securities Trading, London Stock Exchange, London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) writes that stock exchanges have shown resilience through mixed times and looks forward to a golden age of ETFs that lies ahead…
Research reveals UK professional investors say it is becoming harder to find ‘hidden gems’ in micro-cap sector
Some 60 per cent of wealth managers, fund managers and other institutional investors in the UK say because of shrinking coverage of micro caps from brokers and analysts, it is becoming harder to identify ‘hidden gems’ in the sector.
One-third of Brits (32 per cent) don’t know how to check their credit score, leaving them open to possible identity fraud and a lack of financial awareness.
Organisations must work together to defend themselves against cyber-attacks, warns Chair of PIMFA Cyber Security Council
Rising global cyber security attacks being experienced by organisations, regardless of sector, size or perceived security levels is indicative of a new perfect storm that threatens all of us, the Chair of the Cyber Security Council warned delegates at PIMFA’s Financial Crime and Cyber Resilience Conference.
By Dominic Close, Wealth Planner at Kingswood – The year 2020 was a reminder of how unpredictable life can be and how important it is to be financially prepared for the unexpected. Building a financial plan for your children and grandchildren may seem like an overwhelming task, even at the best of times, but it doesn’t have to be as daunting as it appears.