The latest issue of The Review
is out now. Here’s a taster of what’s included in July’s magazine.
The risks ahead
Regulators have set their sights on how wealth managers and financial planners assess their client’s attitudes to risk. How have they done it in the past and what do they need to do to improve?
A series of reforms have helped India’s economy grow at an impressive rate over the last year. We examine how it is defying the bleak global outlook.
A problem solved
We meet the heads of ShareGift, an organisation that is combining a business solution with a charitable outcome. They explain how the organisation is saving businesses money while freeing shareholders of unwanted holdings.
Challenge and opportunity
A wave of new banks have emerged in recent years to challenge the established order. We look at what market niches these banks are exploiting and how the mainstream firms are refocusing on their core operations.
Threats from within
Already under threat from the outside, financial institutions are having to deal with cyber attacks that come from internal failures. We ask how firms can deal with these attacks and prevent costly leaks.
We analyse the government’s newly announced Lifetime ISAs and ask whether they could offer a viable alternative to traditional pension schemes.
A taxing issue
In recent months, attention has fallen on offshore tax havens. Increasingly loud calls for greater transparency could dramatically change how these secretive financial centres operate.
The edition contains plenty of thought-provoking opinions, too. Anthony Hilton asks if our economic system can still be defined as capitalism.
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