- Hot market prompts portfolio sell-off. Jenkins, Samantha // Estates Gazette;1/26/2002, Issue 204, p139
Reports on the auction of several bank and retail property investments of fund manager Matthew Oakeshott to be held at Allsop in London, England on February 4, 2002. Formula to be used in the auction; Range of reserves; Views on the properties.
- Realm of the peer. Catalano, Alex // Estates Gazette;5/11/2002, Issue 219, p48
Features Matthew Oakeshott, managing director of OLIM, the investment management house. Background on Oakeshott's career; Source of Oakeshott's knowledge about property; Approach of OLIM to equities.
- 'Overdramatic' Oakeshott hits out at 'greedy' banks. Gibson, Robert // Estates Gazette;9/28/2002, Issue 239, p38
Reports on the criticism faced by Property Fund Manager Matthew Oakeshott after warning against investing in offices in central London, England. Response to his warning; Reason for investing in property; Views of Oakeshott on banks and building societies; Status of large areas of property in...
- Over-50s need advice on auto-enrolment. // Money Marketing;9/22/2011, p5
The article reports on the claims of Liberal Democrat politician Lord Matthew Alan Oakeshott regarding the need to offer one hour face-to-face advice to people over 50 who are being auto-enrolled into pensions in order to avoid risk of misselling in Great Britain.
- Get out of City, Germans warned. // Estates Gazette;10/18/2003, Issue 342, p41
Reports on the warning given by Matthew Oakeshott, the British Liberal Democrat Treasury spokesman and CEO of OLIM, to German investors in British property, during the Expo Real conference in Munich, Germany in October 2003. Comments on the market performance of office buildings in London, England.
- Foster quits Lords over tax status. // Building Design;7/9/2010, Issue 1924, p3
The article reports that architect Norman Foster resigned from the House of Lords due to his illegal accumulation of substantial capital gains tax savings and confirmed that he is a non resident of the Great Britain.
- Ex-Treasury ministers say it's wrong to scrap FSA. Holt, Natalie // Money Marketing;6/16/2011, p16
The article reports on the criticism from former Treasury insiders including Matthew Oakeshott concerning the plan of British Chancellor George Osborne to scrap and replace the Financial Services Authority (FSA) with another regulatory structure.
- Peer's liberal approach to UK property. // Fund Strategy;11/28/2011, p29
The article focuses on the Value and Income Trust. The fund is operated by OLIM Investment Managers founded by Angela Lascelles and Lord Matthew Oakeshott in 1986. It discusses the growth of the fund of which two thirds are allegedly invested in equities while one-third is in property. Also...
- Personal accounts are 'a train crash'. York, Nicola // Money Marketing;4/30/2009, p7
The article reports on the claim and accusation made by spokesman Lord Oakeshott of the Liberal Democrat Treasury over the introduction of personal accounts in Great Britain. Oakeshott said that the accounts are "a train crash" and that its introduction was pretended by the Government as bearing...