The global pandemic is leading to significant shifts in the attitudes and behaviours of women towards their money, according to research from Nutmeg, based on a survey of 2,000 people across the UK.
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New research with wealth managers across Europe reveals 18 per cent believe clients’ have a very positive outlook on bitcoin, which is driving them to make allocations to the cryptocurrency.
Forty two per cent of financial services businesses want better support and guidance on data security in relation to open banking, according to the latest research by open banking provider YTS.
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.
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.
Model portfolios are nearly ubiquitous on US investment advisory platforms, with assets set to rise amid an expanding array of model options, according to a survey by Natixis Investment Managers of the central gatekeepers, or professional selectors of the funds available on their firm’s investment platform.
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.
Female investors express less interest in both managing their own accounts and paying advisers to act on their behalf, according to the latest Cerulli Edge – US Retail Investor Edition. To better serve them, providers must seek opportunities to alter this dynamic.
Fifty per cent of institutional investors and wealth managers believe that, over the next three years, there will be a ‘dramatic’ increase in the use of blockchain technology within the asset management sector, and a further 44 per cent think there will be a slight increase.