In recent months we have been buying 0-5 year US inflation-linked bonds (TIPS) as a defensive move to get exposure to the US dollar. At the time of purchase, we viewed the US bond market as still offering little value against a background of further monetary tightening by the Federeal Reserve. In addition,
MitonOptimal Asia granted a full capital markets licence from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)
PRESS RELEASE: MitonOptimal Asia, part of the MitonOptimal group of companies, is pleased to announce that it has recently been granted a full capital markets licence from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). Eric Mellor, Managing Director & Head of Portfolio Management (MitonOptimal Asia) stated that “MitonOptimal has maintained a client support office in the
PRESS RELEASE: MitonOptimal International, the Guernsey-headquartered discretionary fund management company, is delighted to announce that it has agreed the acquisition of Orchard Wealth Management Limited in Jersey, after receiving regulatory approval from the Jersey Financial Services Commission. Orchard Wealth Management Limited is led by highly respected Fund Manager Richard Harwood, who will be joining the MitonOptimal Group board
PRESS RELEASE Coram Asset Management is to change its name to MitonOptimal (UK) Ltd and launch its Model Portfolio Service (MPS) following the successful integration of the Minerva Fund Managers business (a specialist discretionary fund manager acquired in July 2017). James Sullivan, Director at MitonOptimal (UK) Ltd, commented ‘Since the acquisition of Coram by MitonOptimal
James Sullivan’s discusses whether or not Central Banks have got it right, in his latest appearance on FMR103.1’s Fine Business Radio show with Lindsay Williams on October 30th, 2017.
Group MD Scott Campbell surveys the investment landscape. As unbelievable as it is, but we are well into the second half of the year. Asset allocation decision-making can become very focused on the day-to-day noise and emotion of the markets, politics and economic indicators. Our weekly meetings and comments attempt to make sense of it