There is never a dull week in the financial markets. Especially at a time when high equity valuations are associated with several big macro issues that both traders and investors are concerned about. The main concern in today’s global markets is inflation. Although Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell remains convincedRead More →

To share The trading world has had a tough time over the past two years, but investors are finally looking forward to what 2022 has to offer. Basic savings accounts continue to operate below the rate of inflation, meaning money in real terms will shrink rather than grow unless activelyRead More →

FOR THE PAST TWO YEARS, Inc.The list of founder-friendly private equity firms shed light on private equity firms supporting founder-led businesses through both good times and, well, global pandemics. This year, we had an epiphany when compiling the list: Private equity firms don’t have a monopoly on being founder-friendly. VentureRead More →

What is IFPR? The new UK prudential regime for investment firms (“IFPR”) will come into force on 1 January 2022 and will apply to UK investment firms authorized under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (“MiFID”) as applied in the UK post-Brexit, which will include current “BIPRU” businesses and “ExemptRead More →

Essentia Analytics, which provides behavioral data analytics and guidance to identify and correct thinking biases that impact investment performance, plans to grow its workforce and accelerate research and development following an investment of Northern Trust. Clare Flynn Levy, founder and managing director of Essentia Analytics, told Markets Media that sheRead More →

Cyprus is a long-established international business center that provides security, stability and prosperity to foreign investors for a number of reasons. To name a few, there are: The advanced commercial infrastructure of the island; Its stable economy; The robust and transparent legal system; Its political stability; The favorable environment forRead More →

From 26 June 2021, a new prudential regime applies to investment firms authorized under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive(“MiFID II”). This new framework, defined in the Investment Firms Regulation (“IFR”) and the Investment Firms Directive (“IFD”), is revising in depth the body of prudential rules for investment firms byRead More →

NEW YORK (BLOOMBERG) – Other funds joined Mr. George Soros’ investment firm to reduce exposure to U.S.-listed Chinese companies in the second quarter, averting a selloff sparked by a state crackdown on everything from ride-sharing companies to education companies. D1 Capital Partners, the investment firm headed by Mr. Dan Sundheim,Read More →

International Youth Day 2021 (Youth Investment Trends): Youth IPO investments in Ahmedabad jumped by 843.22% in the first half of this year. International Youth Day 2021 (Youth Investment Trends): Youth IPO investments in Ahmedabad jumped 843.22% in the first half of this year. For gold investment, the highest percentage increaseRead More →

Mallika Sachdeva Singapore ● Mon 9 Aug 2021 2021-08-09 01:30 262 c78papa32e3af0945bdb46490a8303e39 2 Opinion investment, job creation law, IPO, Bukalapak, GoTo, public enterprises, INA, infrastructure Free Indonesia may be on the verge of significant changes in foreign investment in the country. We foresee increasing foreign interest not only in theRead More →

Several foreign financial institutions seeking to set up investment entities in India’s International Financial Services Centers (IFSCs) have pressed the pause button pending negotiations of India’s terminated bilateral trade agreements with 58 countries, even as the Indian funds are exploring opportunities in these centers. A European fund seeking to establishRead More →

Investment firms in the UK (“UK“) who are authorized to perform investment services or activities under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (“MiFID”) (EU/2014/65) (including alternative investment fund managers (“AIFM”) with a “complementary” MiFID authorization) will be subject to the new prudential regime for investment firms (“IFPR”), which will comeRead More →

The BofA Securities research team has produced a report that helpfully outlines the three dominant global themes they believe will affect investment portfolios for the remainder of 2021. What these trends will mean for Canadian equities is mixed and d an interesting way. The first theme involves a strengthening globalRead More →

5 top investing trends to watch in 2021 By Leandra Monteiro After a turbulent 15 months for businesses, entrepreneurs and investors, Roger James Hamilton, Founder and CEO of Genius Group, has suggested 5 investing trends for 2021. With many new and emerging non-professionals getting into trading as proactive investors orRead More →

Environmental activists from Extinction Rebellion gathered outside the Brazilian Embassy in London to … [+] raise awareness of the fires that are devastating the Amazon. (Photo by Andres Pantoja/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images With President Jair Bolsonaro’s reduced commitment to climate change, the private sectorRead More →

The University of Tokyo Edge Capital Partners (UTEC)a deep technology investment firm, announced the first close of its fifth fund, which is expected to total 30 billion yen (equivalent to approximately US$275 million) by June 2021. UTEC currently has approximately $780 million of assets under management, and said this makesRead More →

Billionaire investor George Soros addresses the audience during the Schumpeter Prize in Vienna, Austria June 21, 2019. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register May 17 (Reuters) – Several investment firms bought shares of ViacomCBS Inc (VIAC.O), Baidu (9888.HK) and Discovery Inc (DISCA.O), which made largeRead More →

Chad LarsonDirector, Wealth Management, Senior Vice President, Portfolio Manager, MLD Wealth Management — Canaccord Genuity Corp. Two investment trends that I find interesting right now are digital disruption and Bitcoin. Let me warn Bitcoin first. I am in no way making an investment recommendation. But I find it interesting becauseRead More →

While there might be romance about priming that long-awaited startup, the fact is that even after all the credit cards have run out, you’ll probably still need the money. Subscribe to the Daily Crunchbase However, if monthly recurring revenue is only a few thousand dollars, fundraising options may be quiteRead More →

With 2020 behind us, investors are turning their attention to new investment opportunities and strategies. In this article, we will look at some investment trends for the year that has just begun. So what are the 2021 investment trends that will impact the market? The UK government has reached aRead More →

According to the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association, assets of alternatives have reached nearly $16 trillion, but alternatives have not been used evenly across investors’ portfolios, despite their potential benefits. As we head into 2021, we at Yieldstreet remain committed to our desire to expand access to alternatives and haveRead More →

Rocio Wu is a Venture Capital Partner at F-Prime Capital focusing on early-stage investments in software/applied AI, fintech and advanced technology investments. More posts from this contributor 6 investment trends that could emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic While some United States investors may have been reassured by China’s rebound, weRead More →

For the third time in just over a week, some clients have had problems accessing their investment accounts – and some of those locked out investors have shared their fury on Twitter. Fidelity Investments, TD Ameritrade AMTD, +0.46% and Vanguard were responding to customers on the social media site FridayRead More →

Investment firms increasingly rely on algorithms to make investment decisionsDANIKA SO Walk into an investment firm today and you’ll likely find it crowded with analysts poring over paperwork and investment managers weighing stocks to add to their portfolios. Chances are their days are numbered. Soon, computers with artificial intelligence (AI)Read More →

From countries just beginning to modernize to the wealthiest members of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the world is full of development opportunities. While central bankers control an economy’s monetary levels and politicians control fiscal affairs, these two groups often cannot revive growth without outside help. EnterRead More →