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Jan 05, 2011

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Brokers have for many years supplied trading tools and services to fund managers but is such an arrangement always in the best interests of the fund managers and their end investors? Nicholas Pratt investigates

Nov 29, 2010

ARCHER_ROBINHOOD_410Investors are being charged as much as £3bn a year more in annual fees than they should be, and that's just in the UK, according to a new fund management company called TCF Investments, which last week launched a retail fund range called 'The Total Clarity Funds'.

Nov 15, 2010

welder_manufacture_410More investment by US and foreign multi-national companies to make the US a production base for exports could help reduce the national trade deficit in the coming years, says Joseph G. Carson, US economist and global economics research director at AllianceBernstein.

Nov 10, 2010

spotlightsWith increased industry demands for transparency, TCA has been promoted from bit part to star player, says Richard Hooke, of Fidessa

Nov 10, 2010

removal_menThe memory of failed lift-outs have been banished to the past and outsourcing is now making inroads into the front and middle offices, discovers Nicholas Pratt

Nov 10, 2010

smached_paneAs MiFID nears its third anniversary, Nicholas Pratt examines whether the fragmentation of the securities market has been consistent and led to true competition, or if it has just created more problems to be solved

Nov 10, 2010

roundtable_410CEO Roundtable Part 4: in this final extract from FE's CEO roundtable, the panel considers the impact of ETFs, consolidation and boutiques on the competitive landscape.

Nov 10, 2010

volcano-craterInvestable volatility products are gaining in popularity. But critics point to issues of complexity, definition and transparency, reports Fiona Rintoul

Nov 08, 2010

Dominic_rossi_410Fidelity International has hired former Gartmore CIO Dominic Rossi as its global CIO for equities.

Nov 01, 2010

LLMA_COUGHLANWith the rise of trading of longevity risks comes the desire for some kind of trading standards. The Life & Longevity Markets Association (LLMA), launched nine months ago, this morning seeks to fill the gap by making available a series of technical publications which it claims will bring the creation of a longevity market a step closer.

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