The July 2016 edition of the Review of Financial Markets (RoFM) includes three diverse papers from experts in their field.
Alistair Haig, Early Career Fellow in Finance, University of Edinburgh Business School, and Neil Scarth, Principal, Frost Consulting, provide guidance for asset owners and asset managers on the topic of investment research.
Kenneth Murray, Head of Forensic Accounting at Police Scotland, asks whether the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 is up to the challenge of organised crime.
Lastly, Dr Paul Cox, Senior Adviser, National Employment Savings Trust (NEST), and Diandra Soobiah, Head of Responsible Investment, NEST, London, present a summary of a study they have conducted on conduct and culture in UK listed banks.
Read the full paper: A study on conduct and culture in UK listed banks
These follow on from an editorial by George Littlejohn MCSI, Editor of RoFM and Senior Adviser to the CISI.
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