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Stephen Allen

Head of Investment Governance and Dealing
Stephen is responsible for the implementation and oversight of the control environment for the Investment Team, which meets all relevant regulatory requirements. Additionally Stephen manages our Investment Team dealing function and is responsible for the oversight of the daily fund dealing process and order placement for listed instruments.

Stephen joined Architas in 2008 and his 30+ years of investment experience has been gained in a variety of roles including over 15 years working for Morgan Stanley, where he was an Executive Director on the trading floor in their Institutional Equities division, as well as for Winterthur Life where he managed the Investment Technical Support team. He has previous experience of managing the Architas Multi-Asset Passive Fund range and the Phoenix Wealth Elite Diversified Market range and has experience of various asset class research, including the property and Japanese equity sectors.

Stephen holds the Chartered Institute of Securities’ Commodity and Derivatives and the Securities and Financial Derivatives Representative exams, along with the IMC.

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PANDEMIC AS A CATALYST FOR CHANGE?

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Article | Investments | 04/08/2020

Covid-19 looks set to leave a trail of economic damage that will outlive the spread of the virus. Government and central bank stimulus on a huge scale has led to a dramatic rise in debt levels. Taxes look set to rise to pay off this debt. 

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The monthly review: July's top stories

Article | Investments | 04/08/2020

Tesla became the world’s biggest car manufacturer by value, taking pole position from Toyota. Despite the fact that Tesla produced only 360,000 vehicles last year, compared to almost 9 million for the Japanese giant. 

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Green bonds - what's the big story?

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Article | Investments | 03/07/2020

It’s an asset class that might seem a bit marginal and more than a little mysterious. But since the first AAA-rated ‘green bond’ was launched by the World Bank in 2007, the market has grown enormously. 

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