From a structural perspective, Europe does not look appealing
Co-manager to join from Credit Suisse
Despite concerns in Greece, David Lambert, senior portfolio manager – European equities at RBC Global Asset Management, says key macro data from European companies has remained resilient
Fund managers snap up Europe as Greek worries recede
Should Germany, not Greece, leave the eurozone?
Though often seen as less diversified than larger corporates, small-caps are coming up trumps as Europe's recovery continues, explains Antoine Lesne, head of ETF sales strategy EMEA at State Street Global Advisors
Paul Niven, manager of the Foreign & Colonial investment trust, explains how beyond the near-term volatility and fears about navigating future interest rate rises, global equities are actually expected to excel.
Until recently European markets had been steadily growing, but with strong performance from stocks traditionally seen as defensive or defensive growth.
Pictet Asset Management has upgraded its European exposure to a full overweight, following the resolution of a Greek bailout deal and positive expectations for future earnings.
SVM’s Hugh Cuthbert, co-manager of the All Europe SRI fund, has said the investment case for traditional utilities companies has come to a permanent end.
The Greek market has dropped 23% this morning as it reopened after a five week shutdown, implemented while the country battled to remain in the eurozone.
Market turmoil in China will prove a greater problem for European equity managers than the ongoing travails of eurozone member Greece, according to Argonaut Capital’s Olly Russ.
Sam Morse, manager of the Fidelity European Values trust, examines the tailwinds for his favourite banking stocks.
Neuberger Berman's Jon Jonsson (pictured), senior portfolio manager of the $155m Global Bond Absolute Return fund explains why he has not reduced his short position in German bunds despite the recent sell-off.
Multi-asset managers have started reinvesting their high cash positions, with many topping up European exposure as Greece finally reaches a new deal with its creditors.
Thinktank New City Initiative (NCI) is calling for investment firms that only market their products in one country to be exempt from European regulation, such as AIFMD and MiFID II.
Greek banks could open for the first time in weeks as the nation's parliament passed through the fresh austerity measures required to secure a €86bn bailout package from the eurozone.
Miton has hired former JO Hambro Capital Management manager Carlos Moreno to lead a new European equities strategy for the firm.
Geneva-based banking group SYZ has agreed to acquire the Swiss private banking subsidiary of Royal Bank of Canada in a move which doubles the firm's assets under management and expands its reach across the world.
Three terrible lessons from the Greek crisis
Structural reforms are opening up the Spanish market to alternatives managers and lenders again, writes Squircle Capital managing partner José Caireta
The Greek government has been given a final chance to avoid default and an exit from the euro as eurozone creditors have urged new finance minister Euclid Tsakalotos to present new proposals.
Contained or contagion?