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From Comment / Editor's Analysis February 1, 2009

A little innovation can reap rewards

A number of new funds are starting to find their way onto the market and are attracting inflows but putting the client first is paramount

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis December 1, 2008

Warcraft vital for funds’ survival

Conditions may be severe but fund management groups must remain in contact with their clients or risk missing out once the situation improves

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis November 1, 2008

No-parking signs put out for speculators

Uncertain times mean that wealth managers are finally being forced to put clients first, and banks which created products purely for profit are suffering

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From Comment / Editor's Analysis September 30, 2008

Give way to the less heralded resources

If financial institutions are to survive, they need to allow solutions from much-ignored resources, e.g. women bankers and developing countries

Roosevelt Skerrit became the world's youngest head of state when he took up the position of prime minister of Dominica in 2004. He has since presided over a programme of reconstruction of storm-ravaged housing and infrastructure and revitalising the country's tourism industry. Moreover, his stewardship of the geothermal energy project has put Dominica on the road to clean energy self-sufficiency

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