Gain a competitive edge
The FT helps financial services professionals to inform their investment decision making and strengthen client relationships.
Stay up to date with access to high value insights into critical news, and give you and your team an advantage.
Keep pace with global markets
The FT’s 600+ journalists produce over 250 articles a day helping you and your teams stay on the pulse and anticipate the global market trends that will impact your portfolios and clients.
Inform your investment decision making
Use the FT to enhance your understanding of markets, industries and topics to identify potential opportunities and emerging risks to inform and support your investment decisions.
The FT is invaluable to my role. It is a consistently trustworthy and reliable tool to ensure I have both a broad overall perspective and also in-depth understanding of certain industry areas. The key value is that it is a single source providing a broad global coverage but with the ability to focus on very specific areas.Investment Manager, Aberdeen Standard Investments
Strengthen client relationships
With tools such as myFT and email alerts you can monitor the issues important to clients and provide advice within a global context. Share up to 20 gift articles each month with clients or colleagues in order to use specific stories as reference points or a catalyst for a conversation.
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Read Lex to identify risks and opportunities
Lex is the FT's agenda-setting column on business and finance.
The oldest and arguably the most influential business and finance column of its kind in the world, Lex helps readers make better investment decisions by highlighting key emerging risks and opportunities.
It's imperative that our investment teams have an accurate source of global analysis and opinion. The FT provides the international perspective we need to assess the potential impacts of global macro-themes and events on our local markets which ultimately help inform strategy.Head of Credit Risk, Stanlib Credit Alternatives