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New research reveals extent UK retail investors sold investments during Covid-19 stock market falls

New research reveals extent UK retail investors sold investments during Covid-19 stock market falls

New research from behavioural finance experts Oxford Risk, reveals that during the early stages of the Covid-19 crisis when stock markets fell sharply, 8 per cent of people with savings and investments either sold some of their investments or took their money out of the stocks markets. 

IN MY OPINION

Three cheers for the innovators of Switzerland & three lashes for the UK’s Financial Services gatekeepers

Three cheers for the innovators of Switzerland & three lashes for the UK’s Financial Services gatekeepers

By Allan Lane, Algo-Chain – If you are a Discretionary Fund Manager running Model Portfolios on financial adviser platforms, you will often find that ETFs available on one platform are not available on another, which invariably forces the manager to oversee multiple incarnations of what is meant to be the same portfolio.

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The BVI continues to innovate with its new Private Investment Fund (PIF) regime

The BVI continues to innovate with its new Private Investment Fund (PIF) regime

By Jeffrey Kirk and Simon Gray – Ever innovative and commercially minded, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) has recently introduced a new regulatory regime for private equity, venture capital and other closed-ended funds – adding to its already well established, cost effective and popular stable of incubator funds and approved funds.  

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The international portability of wealth will be crucial in navigating the complex world of tomorrow

The international portability of wealth will be crucial in navigating the complex world of tomorrow

By Stuart Parkinson (pictured), Group CEO, Lombard International – As we head towards the end of an infamously volatile year, we continue to live in rapidly changing and uncertain times, be it geopolitics, the global economy, or evolving international regulations. While there is no silver bullet to navigate uncertainty, the value in foresight with regards to wealth and succession planning, is ever more important and significant.