Biggest challenges and opportunities facing private offices
From Cleveland to Gary: Tom Becket's US road trip
Psigma Investment Management's Becket went off track on a recent trip to the US to learn what's really going on at the heart of America.
JP Morgan AM ETF boss: why cash is a viable asset class
JPMAM's head of international ETFs says a 'wall of worries' is driving investors to cash-like ETFs.
It's not all about the money: how private offices retain staff
Private offices often have a reputation of paying less than private banks. Then how do they keep employees motivated?
Liam Halligan: the eurozone is about to implode
The economist and broadcaster told the Citywire Private Office Retreat he believes a potential implosion of the eurozone is the biggest threat markets face today.
James Anderson: my great fear and hope for the next 10 years
Co-manager of Scottish Mortgage Trust says the financial world has not changed since the banking crisis but predicts the next decade will bring unprecedented upheaval in all areas of the market.
What wealth managers told clients the day Lehmans went bust
We asked wealth managers to go back in time at Citywire North as the 10-year anniversary of the Lehmans collapse approached.
Citywire North: video highlights
We present the highlights from our annual wealth event at Rudding Park in Harrogate.
Blue Whale's Yiu: how Mifid II could spell end for sell-side
Blue Whale fund manager Stephen Yiu talks with Joshua Thurston about on how Mifid II could be the beginning of the end for sell-side research.
Canada Life's CIO on why the Faangs could bite
He also speaks to his fears about the long-term effects of quantitative easing (QE).
Why and how rate induced corrections resemble buses
Comment: Much like buses, you wait years for a Treasury-induced sell-off and then two come along at once.
Private Office: Training up millennials
In a panel discussion at the Citywire Private Office Retreat, four leading industry figures in the private office world highlight recruitment as a way to address succession planning.
Kaepernick question: how important is company politics?
So should investors really fret about companies getting political or is it all just bluster?