Charles Hepworth, GAM

Assets to love and leave

Charles Hepworth (pictured), the investment director responsible for GAM’s DFM business, shares his insights into the various asset classes to love and leave… »


Conference

FCA Asset Management Conference 2013 - PwC’s Rowland comments…

Amanda Rowland, partner and head of asset management regulation at PwC commenting on the announcements made at the 2013 FCA asset management conference that took place on 30 October… »


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Chinese whispers

After a week in China's hinterland, Lead Portfolio Manager and Head of Hermes Emerging Markets Gary Greenberg, talks about how he saw every stage of development whilst on his travels… »


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There’s still value in stocks

The impressive gains made by equity markets this year have left valuations looking fuller than they were 12 months ago, says Dean Turner, Investment Strategist at HSBC Private Bank… »


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Chinese growth rebound settles nerves

Craig Botham, Emerging Markets Economist, Schroders on China’s return to GDP growth… »


Keith Wade, Schroders

US debt debacle: The show's over – for now

Schroders Chief Economist, Keith Wade (pictured), comments on the US Congress decision to approve federal spending and lift the debt ceiling after 16 days of government shutdown, and the impact that this could have on markets… »


Dr Laurence Wormald, SunGard

Effects of a US debt default will be profound

Dr Laurence Wormald (pictured), head of buy side risk research at SunGard, comments on the impact of the US debt ceiling… »


Marcelo Assalin, ING Investment International

Summer sale in emerging markets could continue

There is room for a further “sell-off” of emerging market currencies, because countries with large external imbalances, such as Turkey (TRY), India (INR), Brazil (BRL), South Africa (ZAR) and Indonesia (IDR) remain vulnerable to rising US yields, says Macelo Assalin (pictured), lead portfolio manager, emerging market debt local currency strategies at ING Investment International… »


Neil Williams, Hermes

The UK’s sugar rush recovery...

Despite encouraging comments by the IMF, Bank of England Governor, Carney, is right to be cautious about the ‘sugar rush’ recovery so far, and keep all his stimulus options on the table, argues Neil Williams (pictured), Chief Economist for Hermes’ Global Government & Inflation Bonds… »


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DeAWM expects agreement before US debt ceiling is reached

Asoka Wöhrmann, Co-CIO at DeAWM, on the US-Government-shutdown and debt-ceiling… »


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