Calls to ‘name and shame’ closet trackers

Consumer groups want European regulator to identify index huggers

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Jamie Dimon and Warren Buffett are strange champions for shareholder rights, says John Plender
A Sotheby's employee poses with a 'portr...A Sotheby's employee poses with a 'portrait of a young woman holding a chain' by Dutch artist Sir Peter Paul Rubens at Sotheby's auction house in central London, on December 3, 2009. The portrait of a young Spanish woman was painted in the early years of the artist's Italian period and is expected to reach between GBP 4-6 m (dollars 6.7-10m or euros 4.4-6.6m) when it is auctioned at the Sotheby's Evening Sale of Old Master and British Paintings on December 9. AFP PHOTO/Shaun Curry (Photo credit should read SHAUN CURRY/AFP/Getty Images) ©AFP
Lots of new capital is trying to get into art finance, says John Dizard
A visitor tries out a Samsung Electronics Co. Galaxy Tab S2 tablet at the company's D'light showroom in Seoul, South Korea, on Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016. Samsung, the biggest maker of smartphones, is scheduled to report fourth-quarter results on Jan. 28. Photographer: SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg

Aberdeen cuts fees on EM fund

Move comes amid EU investigation into closet tracking

Risky bond fund leverage alarms IMF

Call for fund managers to be more transparent about derivatives

An investment trust to restore trust

Sophia Grene ponders how to align the interest of asset managers and investors

The odd couple of corporate governance

Jamie Dimon and Warren Buffett are strange champions for shareholder rights, says John Plender

Nagging doubts about Dimon’s gift horse

JPMorgan boss has been known to ride roughshod over views of dissenting shareholders

British MEP worries about bank bailouts

Syed Kamall warns securitisation ‘comes with health warnings’

Your pension — and how to protect it

High earners at risk of hefty charges on their retirement pots

Risky derivatives trades face higher costs

Tougher rules for banks arouse fears over trading with other investors

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Regulators fail to block fraudulent ads

The usual suspects in banking would be thrilled to be treated as leniently as those in marketing


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