CEO Tapes: ESG - we need to get better at the 'G'
In the second part of our CEO series, we explore the burgeoning ESG concept with fund bosses outlining how they try to make a difference.By Citywire - 12 November 2018, 09:43
Quilter chief: we should be open about mental health
In an exclusive interview with Citywire, Quilter chief executive Paul Feeney talks about the very personal reason he wants to see an end to mental health stigma.
CEO Tapes: women - ask what's in it for you?
In a new CEO series, a revealing film discusses the myth that asset management is a meritocracy and why men tend to be more pushy when it comes to pay rises and promotions.
'An irrelevant and dangerous question': Train on rates fears
Finsbury Growth & Income manager gives short shrift to argument higher interest rates will erode the value of big consumer brands he owns.
‘I couldn’t define it’: We quizzed City workers on guidance vs advice
We took a camera to the streets to ask City workers whether they understand the difference between financial advice and financial guidance. The results speak for themselves.
We asked City workers about their pensions (and got surprising answers)
In pursuit of answers, Ollie Smith and Citywire video producer Elliot Vick hit the streets around St Paul's to find out exactly how much City workers know about their pension savings.
How to meet FCA's social media guidelines
In this new and exciting video series, Citywire social content producer Laura Holland explains the Financial Conduct Authority's social media guidelines for financial firms.
Quoted on camera: what seven investment bosses revealed to us
The heads of providers, platforms and asset management firms have been in our studio this year. Ollie Smith finds out what they said about the hottest issues
Standard Life chief: how we've avoided platform tech problems
In this exclusive interview, Citywire chairman Lawrence Lever quizzes Standard Life Aberdeen's chief executive Keith Skeoch about the running of its platforms and whether it can avoid the technology troubles that have beset its rivals.
AJ Bell CEO: there will be six more months of replatforming pain
IFAs will have to endure another half year of replatforming trouble by provider-owned platforms, Andy Bell has said.