In the last two years, just 10 per cent of the UK has taken paid-for financial advice, according to OpenMoney's latest 2020 Advice Gap Report.
It has been well over 100 days since that fateful day in late March when the Fed stepped in and said they would start buying Corporate Bonds as part of a much wider plan to help avoid a broader market collapse as outflows from Fixed Income funds ran riot.
In a survey conducted amongst 3,000 adults in the UK, 77.5 per cent said that the recent pandemic has made them realise the importance of having savings to fall back on.
Investors should not ignore Asian high yield bonds as they are much safer investments than their generous returns suggest, says Haig Bathgate of Seven Investment Management (7IM).
Quilter research reveals that just 27 per cent of an adviser’s typical target market would speak to a financial adviser if they received GBP500,000 tomorrow
Investor perceptions towards investment advice have changed as a result of Covid-19 induced volatility, according to key findings from DIAMAN Partners Ltd, an investment management fintech.
Financial advisers are keen to retain the ability to provide remote advice through video technology, a survey of around 300 of Quilter’s advisers has revealed.
Jack Rose (pictured), Strategic Sales Director at Triple Point, writes that ESG just cannot be ignored, post-pandemic…
By Mark C Trousdale (pictured), Chief Growth Officer, InvestCloud – Digital advice has transformed the way investors interact with and manage their wealth. But it is still under-used by wealth managers.
Russell Andrews, head of solutions & marketing UK, Europe & Asia, SEI’s asset management distribution division, writes that technology has become ubiquitous…
One of the surprising aspects of 2020 has been the speed at which the concept of ‘active management’ in the pursuit of alpha has been rehabilitated, and in the long run I suspect this will benefit the ETF industry.
One-in-five advisers think the Covid-19 crisis will see more advisers exit the industry than under the Retail Distribution Review (RDR), new research shows.