Family offices in Europe are continuing to review their portfolios in response to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the latest issue of The Cerulli Edge – Global Edition.
Londoners are huge cryptocurrency fans, having bought more of the digital asset than any other region in the UK, according to a new national survey, while cautious Scots have bought the least.
Digital payments provider Skrill, part of the integrated payments platform Paysafe, has announced a new feature for its digital wallet that enables users to withdraw funds directly to a cryptocurrency address of their choice.
A new report by Blacktower Financial Management has revealed that 60 per cent of Brits are feeling stressed over their financial position because of Covid-19.
The next couple of months are typically ‘make your mind up time’ for the UK's army of savers and investors as they look to invest in Individual Savings Accounts, pensions and Junior ISAs before the 5 April tax-year end.
Research from Cushon has found that a staggering 99.5 per cent of the population have no idea about the scale of carbon emitted as a result of their pension’s investments.
'Thrive in Abu Dhabi' programme launched to encourage global talent, investors to build their futures in the emirate
Talented professionals and students, plus investors, in priority sectors, are being encouraged to set down roots with their families in Abu Dhabi as part of a new programme that supports the emirate’s strategy to develop key areas such as culture, healthcare, research and development (R&D) and real estate.
By Allan Lane, Algo-Chain – According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, the data provider Broadridge Financial Solutions estimates that model portfolios in the US held over USD4 trillion of assets as of September 2020, and to this we can safely add another USD1 trillion if we include the UK.
Mirror, mirror on the wall: Asset managers must look within themselves to find operational dividends
By David Higgins, Managing Director of Citisoft's UK Practice – It was only two years ago that the news agenda was dominated by 2008 financial crisis anniversary stories, dissecting the lessons that were learned and discussing how far the financial services industry has changed in the intervening years. And yet, in the asset management sector, some of the key learnings were laid to one side more recently. This has been particularly acute from a business strategy perspective.
ESG funds have outperformed their peers across major equity markets in 2020, delivering near double the returns of non-ESG mandates in the IA Global sector, Willis Owen’s inaugural annual ESG review reveals.
Jersey Finance latest white paper and survey of wealth management professionals and experts, reveal that Asia’s wealth management community is not yet ready to adapt its products, solutions and services to cater to the needs and expectations of the younger ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) generation.
UK savers prioritised diversification in October, as Global (equity) and Global Bonds became the top two best-selling IA sectors respectively, according to the latest figures published by the Investment Association (IA).