Video: UK investing is several decades behind the US — John Authers

Posted by Robin Powell on November 19, 2015

Video: UK investing is several decades behind the US — John Authers

 

It’s funny how, throughout life, our paths cross with other people’s. More years ago than either of us care to remember, John Authers and I once competed for the editorship of the Oxford University Students’ Union magazine. We now find ourselves on the same side, as fairly critical observers of the global fund management industry.

John is Senior Investment Commentator at the FT, based in the US. I interviewed John on a recent visit to New York and started by asking him about the differences in the way that active management is perceived in Britain and the US.

You can watch the video below. Alternatively, click here to watch on YouTube.

 

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ROBIN POWELL is a freelance journalist and the founding editor of The Evidence-Based Investor. Based in Birmingham, England, he founded Ember Television and Regis Media, and he specialties in helping disruptive financial firms to grow. He also campaigns for a fair, transparent and sustainable investing industry. You can follow him on Twitter at @RobinJPowell.

 

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Robin Powell

Robin is a journalist and campaigner for positive change in global investing. He runs Regis Media, a niche provider of content marketing for financial advice firms with an evidence-based investment philosophy. He also works as a consultant to other disruptive firms in the investing sector.

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