Data from Quilter’s new client profiler tool shows attitudes to responsible investing - Quilter’s Andy Miller details the findings to Harriet O’Brien
Maryna Chernenko, Managing Director of UFG Capital, writes that even though we are at the early stages of impactful investing and there are lots of challenges for asset managers lying ahead, the future path of the balance between portfolio profitability and sustainability is clear already.
A very quiet week for launches hides behind a huge week for the world’s economy.
Progeny has announced plans to acquire Edinburgh-based Chartered financial planners, Balmoral Asset Management. The firm writes that this represents the next step in Progeny’s concerted expansion into Scotland and will take their total assets under management to more than GBP6.5 billion.
Research from Oxford Risk finds that wealth managers across MENA expect clients to switch more money into collective schemes such as mutual funds over the next three years.
With sustainability at its core, Atlas was launched in March 2019 by Quentin Dumortier, who served as a captain in the French special forces before becoming a hedge fund manager. He talks to Harriet O’Brien about his ethos and the firm’s new UCITS fund.
New research from ETP provider GraniteShares shows regular UK investors believe savings rates are still not high enough to tempt them to move more money into cash.
Mark Corns, Partner and Head of FS Cloud Transformation at KPMG writes that, like other sectors, wealth and asset managers are investing more and more in cloud technologies to help transform service delivery and personalisation, through faster and better decision-making and customer responses.
The summer lull is definitely upon us, with a quiet week for launches, not least because of the 4th of July holiday in the US.
Hargreaves Lansdown’s Susannah Streeter, senior investment and markets analyst writes that the Pound headed back towards USD1.20 as speculation intensified over the timing of the PM’s resignation.