By David Amarayan (pictured), Founder and CEO, Balchug Capital – We are living through one of the worst economic shocks in history. The volatility is dizzying and the territory is uncharted. The scale of market movements and the amounts of fiscal stimulus governments are applying have never been seen before, and nor have many of the phonemena we are witnessing, such as negative oil prices.
The sell-off around the world sparked by the coronavirus crisis is so rare and extreme in nature that it is likely to be followed by a significant recovery if it follows historic trends, according to global small-cap investment specialist SilverCross.
ITI Capital, a global financial services provider for institutional investors and private clients, has launched a new digital wealth management offering for investors during the Covid-19 crisis.
To overcome challenges brought on by Covid-19, advisory firms are making better use of the technologies available to maintain their client relationships and drive greater efficiency, according to new data released by Intelliflo and new research from its Covid-19 Impact Poll.
Since the beginning of the Covid-19 outbreak, UK independent financial advisers (IFAs) have seen a sharp rise in the number of investors seeking to tackle environmental concerns and improve society through their investments.
The Covid-19 pandemic is underlining the absolute importance of having an up-to-date, valid will, according to Cayman attorney Anthony Partridge.
Equilibrium Financial Planning has donated over GBP15,000 to local charities and community groups in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis.
The Association of Investment Companies (AIC) has conducted a survey of its members examining how supermarkets are responding to Covid-19, given their role as one of the most essential industries during the pandemic.
Investors must beware rallies in the immediate aftermath of the coronavirus related stock market falls, Hinesh Patel portfolio manager at Quilter Investors, has warned.
Adrian Lowcock, head of personal investing at Willis Owen says that there are five virtues which will get an investor through a crisis. Lowcock writes that crises are always different, they have a different effect on the economy and indeed stockmarkets.