The theme of ‘creative destruction’, or the impact of new technology, gathered pace in 2015. But which companies make an attractive investment? Stephen Moore, manager of the Artemis US Extended Alpha Fund, reviews.
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At the start of October the FCA launched a call for inputs on competition in the mortgage sector. A feedback statement will be published in the first quarter of this year and the regulator will decide whether to proceed with a market study. It is keen to explore whether all parts of the market are […]
Precise Mortgages has entered into the Government’s Help to Buy equity loan scheme for the first time. The range is aimed at borrowers who have minor adverse and would not be served by the high street lenders. Borrowers must have a 5 per cent deposit, although this can be supplemented by up to 5 per […]
The Mortgage Credit Directive rules, stamp duty hikes and new competition will make 2016 just as exciting as 2015 The UK mortgage market had its ups and downs last year but lending activity has grown throughout. Despite some obstacles to overcome in 2016, it seems this trajectory can be maintained. That said, 2015 did not […]
After a raft of new entrants to the market at the end of 2015, lenders will have to go niche to thrive in the coming year At the start of a new year, it seems fitting to look back at some of the major things that have happened in the bridging finance world over the […]
The fastest growers in the Artemis Global Select Fund this year were also the largest companies, Amazon and Nike. Simon is looking to buy more like them in 2016.
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