26 January 2015
In his first interview for more than four years, Artemis senior partner Mark Tyndall speaks to Dan Jones about charging and cost disclosure, fund manager lock-ins, and the future of the business.
20 January 2015
Ecclesiastical’s Robin Hepworth has said fears the upcoming general election will have a detrimental impact on the UK equity market are overstated.
19 January 2015
A week of dramatic FX moves has highlighted the importance of currency positioning for global equity fund managers and fund buyers, as they try to cushion portfolios against the impact of multi-speed central bank policies.
15 January 2015
Norwegian fund manager Skagen is set to launch a concentrated global fund, subject to regulatory approval, following the rehire of manager Filip Weintraub.
14 January 2015
M&G has written to investors in its £9.5bn Global Dividend fund and acknowledged "there may well have been some complacency" around underperforming stocks in 2014.
13 January 2015
Global growth managers predict the rally in airlines can continue into 2015 and beyond as a falling oil price provides a new fillip for the sector.
12 January 2015
Fund buyers and investors face a challenging 2015 as they weigh up how to diversify in the face of crowded trades and elevated valuations, market commentators have suggested.
06 January 2015
Hedge fund manager Crispin Odey netted a pay packet of £47.8m in the year to April 2014 after his boutique more than trebled profits.
05 January 2015
Robert Mumby has retired from fund management after nine years at Jupiter, handing his funds to Guy de Blonay.
23 December 2014
This year has been a difficult one for many active funds, but, as ever, a select group of portfolios continue to be backed en masse by buyers looking to deliver outperformance for clients.
19 December 2014
Former Schroders manager Giles Money has joined PIMCO's global equity team.
17 December 2014
In an exclusive interview, Hugh Hendry explains his 'out of the box' thinking, analyses a policymaking pivot, and responds to critics who claim he has 'gone over to the dark side'.
16 December 2014
EFG Asset Management has made two new hires to expand its investment teams in London and Hong Kong.
15 December 2014
Neptune’s CEO Robin Geffen is refraining from holding any UK equities within his global portfolios due to risks surrounding the upcoming general election.
15 December 2014
Pick up almost any business publication or newspaper and you will read someone’s deep thoughts about the oil price, plus a multitude of predictions about where it will go next.
The impact of China’s slowing growth on the wider Asia region continues to worry investors in 2015. Yet pockets of opportunity have appeared recently, as the continued decline in the oil price boosts importers. Here, fund managers tell Investment Week about their favoured stocks, countries and contrarian plays.
Ian Rees, head of research for multi-asset funds at Premier Asset Management, tells Annabelle Williams how the team has accessed four alternative income sectors.
Lower oil prices have been hailed as a welcome boost to the global economy, but could they also be a harbinger of declining demand in the global economy? Woodford IM's Stephen Lamacraft explains.
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