Christopher Copper-Ind

Christopher Copper-Ind is Editor of International Investment. He has extensive experience of the publishing industry having worked across the Middle East and Europe. He oversees the content across all its formats together with the business development for International Investment.

Comment: Questions raised about ‘piecemeal’ approach to tackling UK corruption

By: Yigal Chazan | 19 Feb 2018

Police gain new powers to seize the assets of corrupt individuals, but a key weapon in their anti-graft armoury is missing. The impact of a new law…

Comment: The policing effect of consumer power

By: Alexander Machkevitch | 19 Feb 2018

Global trade has done wonders for investors and consumers by reducing prices and increasing returns. By shifting production to low labour cost areas it has helped lift…

The Bahamas: Clearly Focused

By: Tanya McCartney | 16 Feb 2018

Globally, there is a commitment to tax cooperation and transparency. Governments across the world are working with their international partners to address the issue of global inequality.…

AXA insurance and asset management unit sets up IPO in US

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 16 Feb 2018

The American arm of French insurer AXA has filed for an initial public offering (IPO), according to a US regulatory filing earlier this week. AXA Equitable Holdings,…

ARC Group completes MBO in final stage of restructuring plan

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 15 Feb 2018

ARC today announced the completion of a restructuring plan that results in parent company ARC Group being majority owned by employees, with the largest ordinary shareholder being…

Multi-asset merry-go-round as Jupiter and Wells Fargo add to teams

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 15 Feb 2018

Jupiter Jupiter Asset Management has confirmed the appointment of Talib Sheikh as head of strategy, Multi-Asset. He joins the business in June and will report directly to…

Gibraltar drawing up legislation for ICOs

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 15 Feb 2018

The government of Gibraltar and the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission (GFSC) are developing legislation relating to tokenised digital assets (tokens) created and traded using ledger technology, or…

Report: British Steel pensions targeted by ‘vulture’ advisers

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 15 Feb 2018

British Steel pension scheme members were targeted by “vulture” financial advisers after Indian firm Tata was allowed to offload its retirement fund, according to a report published…

Credit Suisse under investigation in US over Asian hiring

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 15 Feb 2018

Credit Suisse said on Wednesday that the US is investigating its Asian hiring practices. The bank’s hiring record is being probed by the Department of Justice and…

Allfunds strengthens US offshore commitment with INTL FCStone partnership

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 14 Feb 2018

INTL FCStone Financial has entered into an agreement with offshore mutual fund distribution platform Allfunds Bank. The partnership is seen as strengthening the company’s Correspondent Clearing Division,…

UK’s Old Mutual Wealth acquires A&M Financial Services

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 14 Feb 2018

Old Mutual Wealth Private Client Advisers has announced the acquisition of A&M Financial Services. Clients of the Wiltshire-based financial planning business will be serviced from Old Mutual…

Dubai’s Shuaa eyes Egypt expansion as economy recovers

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 14 Feb 2018

Shuaa Capital has announced plans to expand its capital markets business in the Middle East following a return to profit. The UAE-based Shuaa is assessing Egypt’s financial…

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