Gallery 15 Nov 17
Goldman Sachs’ three factors driving EM millennials
A report by Goldman Sachs Asset Management into the impact of millennials in emerging markets (EM) has identified three key trends for this increasingly affluent group.
Gallery 15 Nov 17
Global wealth surges in 2017 – Credit Suisse
Total global wealth has now reached $280trn (£213.4trn €238.2trn) and is 27% higher than a decade ago at the onset of the financial crisis according to the latest edition of the Global Wealth Report by the Credit Suisse Research Institute (CSRI).
Analysis 8 Nov 17
Investors deliver one-year Trump verdict
Wednesday 8 November marks the one-year anniversary of the shock election of Donald Trump as president of the US. One-year on, and several thousand tweets later, we spoke to three investors to gauge their view on just what he has achieved since.
News 8 Nov 17
Huge commission gap between Middle East advisers and elsewhere
Nearly two thirds of financial advisers in the Middle East are still heavily reliant on upfront commissions in a much more pronounced way than other regions in the world, according to a poll in International Adviser’s regional digital editions.
Analysis 7 Nov 17
What is the problem with offshore investments?
Another day, another major leak of sensitive data that reveals even the British Queen has her fingers in some offshore-pies. But with everything legal and above board, are we at risk of sensationalising something that is pretty average?
News 6 Nov 17
Prosecutions unlikely following Paradise Papers leak
Recent legislative changes to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion are not retroactive, so it is unlikely that there will be any prosecutions in the UK arising from the cyber attack on Bermuda-headquartered law firm Appleby, a partner at law firm Corker Binning has said.
Analysis 31 Oct 17
Reforming Korea is too cheap to ignore
Korea is becoming more appealing to international investors as newly elected government officials in South Korea start to position themselves away from the country’s most powerful families and implement reform to eliminate many prevalent shareholder-unfriendly practices, says Jacob Mitchell, chief investment officer Antipodes Partners and manager of the Antipodes Global Fund – Ucits.