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Is Europe ready for the post-Brexit challenge?
Protectionism and ‘strategic autonomy’ concerns are on the rise
Focus sharpens on exec pay amid coronavirus
Shareholders urged to ask questions where staff are furloughed but high earners escape unscathed
UK manages more than a third of European AUM
As Brexit looms, the Investment Association has called for a deal that protects UK asset managers
Have European and UK equities lost their lustre?
February was a dismal month for markets around the world and UK and European equities took a particular hammering. Have the asset classes lost their appeal?
Fund managers keep fretting about Brexit despite low odds
Bookmaker William Hill cut its odds for Britain to vote to remain in the EU to 1/5 yesterday, implying a probability of just 15% for Brexit to occur. Nevertheless, fund managers remain seriously worried it might well happen.
UK investors flee to the continent amid election worries
£963m (€1.3bn) flowed out of UK equity funds on a net level over the month, compared to an average of £238m in inflows across the previous 12 months, while Europe ex-UK funds topped the best-sellers list with £663m in inflows compared to an average of £11m per month for the previous 12. “The last time […]