FE, a leading investment ratings and research agency, today announced that the Board of Directors has appointed Neil Bradford as CEO, a newly created role to help position the firm for its next phase of growth. He joined FE on the 11th September 2017.
Funds that could help investors protect capital from unpredictable markets and increase portfolio diversification are the focus of the latest FE Invest Approved List rebalance.
- Blackrock takes group top spot
- Latest FE Passive Crown Rebalance rates global funds for first time
- Global Equity Income, UK Gilt and Short Term Money Market funds fail to pick up five Crowns
- Old Mutual tops the leader board and T.Rowe Price sees biggest positive ratings shift
- Woodford Equity Income achieves five FE Crowns on first rating
FE’s latest bi-annual Crown ratings rebalance has awarded 317 funds with the highly-prized five FE Crowns, of which 11 are newcomers and 25 have jumped two or more FE Crowns to achieve the top accolade.
In the wake of voters returning a hung parliament in the UK general election and geopolitical uncertainty broadly expected to continue for the year ahead, FE, the leading UK investment ratings and research agency, has collated investment views from the 2017 winning FE Alpha Managers. The managers comment on the challenges and opportunities they foresee in delivering alpha in the next 12 months, how bullishly or bearishly they are positioning their portfolios and prospects for their respective asset class or sector.
PRIIPs – Live date 1 January 2018
On 6 June, the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) published its MiFID II and MiFIR Q&As, covering a wide range of topics on the subject of investor protection.
Australia’s longest-established specialist financial services publication Money Management together with its sister publication, Super Review, has been acquired by FE, the UK’s leading provider of investment research, software and data to the asset management industry.
FE have released a white paper today (15 May) which highlights the challenges facing adviser firms in meeting client reporting requirements under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, (MiFID II) - which is to come into effect in January 2018.