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Should investors beware of collateral damage from ETFs?
Physical ETFs are booming in popularity compared with their synthetic peers, owing to their perceived safety. But should their widespread use of stock lending give investors cause for concern?
BlackRock chief gets active on corporate governance
But will increased engagement with companies make passive fund houses take a more active approach to investment as well as to social responsibility?
Why fixed interest holds attractions despite low yields
Revealed: the opaque world of managed portfolio services
In this investigation we cut through the haze, find the managed portfolio services' core products and, for the first time, enable investors to truly compare the options on offer from 10 leading providers
Smith & Williamson: artificial intelligence is not niche
Chris Ford of Smith and Williamson on why there is plenty to go for in artificial intelligence, and why he is investing in the area.
Watch: When is an income fund not an income fund?
Niall O'Connor outlines how Brooks Macdonald Defensive Capital holds many income-producing assets but is a low volatility accumulation fund.
MyFolio: does its performance match its popularity?
Aberdeen Standard’s volatility managed range has attracted an impressive £13 billion in assets to date. We dig down into the data to put it through its paces
No fixed interest in bonds: watch 7IM's Ian Jensen-Humphreys
Ian Jensen-Humphreys, chief investment officer at Seven Investment Management, explains his interest in alternative assets.
Advisers turn to multi-asset as managers watch for disruption
New Model Adviser caught up with a bevy of fund managers at this year's conference and awards.
Pension transfers drive PruFund's popularity, but are IFAs overly reliant?
The success of the ubiquitous Prudential range has forced rivals to launch copycats to compete, however IFAs have been warned not to become overly reliant on it for pension transfer advice.
'It had to be a surprise': Webb reveals strategy behind freedoms
Speaking to us as we launch our Pension Freedoms MOT series, ex-pensions minister Steve Webb has revealed the strategy behind 2014’s surprise Budget announcement.
MiFID II tapes: 'We get the regulation we deserve' on risk
'We get the regulation we deserve, because we don't set a high enough professional standard ourselves,' according to FinaMetrica director Paul Resnik.
Adviser profile: Carl Roberts of RTS Financial Planning
Carl Roberts says adopting a fixed-fee model and finding the right mixture of clients will be the catalyst for success at RTS Financial Planning.