May 19, 2017 - 9:08am | Steve Webb
Steve Webb explains that consumers can complain to a variety of bodies to fix a pension problem, but they must first be sure to exhaust their provider’s internal processes

Investment trust bargain hunter: Racy small cap trust slips to 10 per cent discount

A small cap trust that has returned 147 per cent over the past five years is available on a 10 per cent discount.

Fundsmith Equity turns in chart-topping gains

As Fundsmith Equity marks three years of top performance, manager Terry Smith reveals why he's cheerful, and fearful, about future prospects.

Europe offers a summer sweet spot for investors

Salman Ahmed, chief investment strategist at Lombard Odier Investment Managers, argues that the investment case for Europe is compelling

Women on target: Are female fund managers more consistently successful than men? Find out inside the June 2017 issue of Money Observer

Have you ever wondered why there are so few women fund managers? Is it because they’re not up to the job? Absolutely not, finds Jen Hill in the cover feature of June’s Money Observer; numerous studies have demonstrated that women in the industry are just as strong as men in terms of investment performance, and in fact that mixed-gender investment manager teams can be particularly successful.

Pension promises hurt BT - time to sell?

Against a background of political posturing, The Colonel worries that pensions could pose serious problems for one of his portfolio stalwarts