In the latest in our series of interviews with some of the industry's key Investment Influencers, Investment Week talks to Chris Fleming of Distribution Technology.
Rules out extending remuneration rules across industry
David Walton, manager of the Marlborough European Multi-Cap fund, explains why the long-term commitment of a company's CEO can provide an important buy signal for investors.
Pearson falls 11%
New role in September
JOHCM's Beagles: Post-referendum economic and company data proves it is not as gloomy as many believe
More than a month on from the EU referendum and the sky has not fallen in. Helped by the Conservative party's usual brutal efficiency that ensured the political vacuum was quickly filled, financial markets have stabilised.
The US market continues to climb higher on encouraging economic data, recovering oil prices and the Federal Reserve's cautious approach to raising interest rates, writes Franklin Templeton's Grant Bowers.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won a decisive victory in the Upper House polls last month. His ruling coalition now holds a 'super majority' control of both houses of parliament (ie, holds de-facto more than two-thirds of all parliamentary seats), writes Jesper...
Increases ETF purchase programme
Which funds topped the chart?
Pair also on board of several other trusts
As the yen continues to strengthen, Invesco Perpetual's head of Japanese equities Paul Chesson asks if it is nearing the endgame for Japan or if the central bank could make yet another move to strengthen the country’s stalled economy.
Aims to deliver an 'index-like experience'
Cental banks' credibility could be called into question
Three investment managers appointed
Decision due by the end of the year
Provides access to A- and H-shares
Brings in line with absolute return range
Special dividend under threat
EU referendum weighs on sentiment
Outflows from European and property funds
Rates to stay between 0.25%-0.5%
Markus Schomer, chief economist at PineBridge Investments, explains why he is forecasting stronger growth in the next two years as three shocks that hit the global economy in the past 18 months fade away.