Magazine Issues»September 2018

Nick-FitzpatrickPanasonic is moving its European headquarters from the UK to Holland. It’s a tax-related move but inevitably linked to Brexit and with only 20 people likely to be affected, it doesn’t sound so complicated.

Fiona_RintoulNo one, it seems, is happy with the EU Priips regulation, which went live on 3 January 2018. Simply reading an explanation of what the rules hope to achieve helps us to understand why.

Interest_ratesThe Federal Reserve and the Bank of England raised interest rates by 0.25% over the summer and the end of economic stimulus now seems to be in train. Fiona Rintoul reports.

Geneva regataWith the industry increasingly preparing for a ‘hard’ Brexit, Mirabaud Asset Management’s chief executive Lionel Aeschlimann tells Mark Latham that, despite the hurdles, the Swiss firm will continue to thrive in the UK.

FossilTech disruption is playing out in the fund subscription process – known as transfer agency – more than anywhere else in the funds industry. Nicholas Pratt speaks to the latest disruptor, and to transfer agents.

Impact investing is not just a feel-good story. It is hard capitalism at its best.

Who or what will make climate investing more mainstream? According to our panel, the role of investment consultants will be pivotal.

A holistic approach to information sharing and analysis flips the script on emerging market investment strategies.

AutumnHistory suggests America’s protectionist stance should be followed by a period of dollar weakening, which could benefit emerging market ETFs – perhaps as soon as September. Nicholas Pratt reports.

Tout_and_NicholsThe European Commission has consistently advocated against intra-EU bilateral investment treaties (BITs).

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