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    Grey matters ethical dilemma: Trust in conflict

    Philip must balance his role as a trustee and a financial adviser to the trustees, with the responsibility to act in the best interests of his long-standing client. How should Philip proceed?

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    First person: A world without analysts

    Some forecasts say that only a third of analysts will still be employed two years after the revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II). The Review columnist Anthony Hilton FCSI(Hon) asks what this new world look will look like
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    What is a reputation for?

    Reputation is a mark of quality in all aspects of business, and it should set off alarm bells when it slips
    by Anthony Hilton FCSI(Hon) 
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    Educating pension holders

    In the wake of auto-enrolment, employers could be best placed to teach a new generation about the importance of saving for their future
    by Andrew Davis
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    First person: Innovate or die

    The Review columnist Anthony Hilton FCSI(Hon) explains why companies find it so hard to innovate in a technological era
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    Last word: A lesson from the past about predicting the future

    If the demise of Equitable Life taught us anything, it’s that predicting the future is one thing, but knowing how to respond to it is quite another, says The Review columnist Andrew Davis
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    A profession evolves

    After two-and-a-half decades of exciting – and often tumultuous – change, the UK’s financial services sector is a great deal more professional. Anthony Hilton FCSI(Hon) sets the macro scene, while CISI CEO Simon Culhane, Chartered FCSI; Sir Alan Yarrow, Chartered FCSI(Hon); Scott Dobbie CBE FCSI(Hon) and Graham Ross Russell FCSI(Hon) consider the CISI’s own development
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    City view: My word is still my bond

    As it has done since its inception 25 years ago, the Institute will continue to develop and promote high professional, educational and ethical standards for the benefit of its membership and the wider public
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    Making the jump from coaching to mentoring

    Jacqueline Lockie CFPTM Chartered FCSI, CISI deputy head of financial planning, talks about her experiences with mentoring and coaching

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    Grey matters ethical dilemma: Marginally evasive

    Jonathan consults management after reading a note of a conversation about tax avoidance. He is told it is none of his business and that, in any case, the transaction has been approved. What should he do?
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    First person: Is smart beta really smart?

    Smart beta is widely used by investors and organisations worldwide, but how do these investment strategies actually perform? The Review columnist Anthony Hilton examines the evidence
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    Last word: Teaching financial fundamentals

    The low level of financial literacy is a challenge for the UK and many other developed countries. It’s a problem that should be addressed at an early age, says Andrew Davies
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    Is university worth it?

    CISI Chief Executive Simon Culhane, Chartered FCSI, revisits this question in an updated version of an article first published in The Review in March 2010, which examines whether obtaining a degree is really the best option for young people
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    Alternative investor: Art

    In the third of our series of articles on alternative investments, we ask Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton, Secretary-General of AICA International and President of AICAUK, to discuss how art has become so attractive to investors
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    First person: Wilson pay review

    Long-awaited review into executive pay doesn’t go far enough, says The Review columnist Anthony Hilton
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    City view: Financial services fair weather leaders

    The financial services sector needs a loud, visible, champion communicator post Brexit
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