22 April 2015
Market movements are pushing Fidelity global equity manager Jeremy Podger to consider companies outside his traditional sectors as he looks further afield for value.
17 April 2015
As regulators propose fund groups should be subject to greater scrutiny, Hardeep Tawakley analyses the risks the largest asset managers and funds pose to the wider market.
14 April 2015
Robin Hepworth, chief investment officer at Ecclesiastical Investment Management, explains why investors need to realise their is more to Asia than China
07 April 2015
Andrew Swan, manager of the BlackRock Asia fund, analyses the prospects for Chinese markets as the country deals with the consequences of its new reform-led agenda
07 April 2015
Fund buyers are steering clear of higher-yielding equity income funds on fears managers are taking too much risk in their quest to deliver payouts.
27 March 2015
Baillie Gifford’s global alpha equity team have replaced Gerald Smith as manager of the Monks investment trust as the board seeks to improve performance.
23 March 2015
Investment Week asks managers how they are dealing with volatile currency markets, as diverging central bank monetary policies create fresh challenges for investors.
22 March 2015
Michael Levy, investment manager, EMEA and global frontier markets equity team at Barings, looks at companies set to outperform on the back of new and more focused political regimes.
19 March 2015
Global macro funds could receive a performance boost following a difficult year, as divergent central bank policies create a favourable environment for top-down investing, according to GAM’s Charles Hepworth.
14 March 2015
Ardevora partner Jeremy Lang tells Natalie Kenway why avoiding underperformers is more important than picking winners, and why it took him two decades to create a fully-formed investment process.
13 March 2015
Latin American equities have been out of favour with investors for some time, but things could be about to change, writes BlackRock's Will Landers.
11 March 2015
Annabelle Williams investigates how changing company loyalties and the business connections between city states are impacting investors.
05 March 2015
Standard Life Investments’ Global Equity Income fund manager Kevin Troup tells Laura Dew why his Hong Kong listed holdings are slow-burners and explains his decision to buy a Nokia bond, rather than its equity.
02 March 2015
Nick Clay, alternate manager on the Newton Global Higher Income fund, has said the Federal Reserve may yet take further monetary easing measures instead of the expected tightening.
24 February 2015
Like Investment Week, the fixed interest team at Invesco Perpetual is celebrating 20 years since they began to manage money. Here, the group's fixed interest team give an overview of running a bond fund through two decades of change.
Natalie Kenway reports on the global and domestic drivers providing valuable support for Japanese companies.
Mona Shah examines the diverging fortunes of emerging market countries as the strong dollar and an expected rise in US interest rates take their toll.
Grant Bughman, senior equity strategist at UBS Global Asset Management, says investors in the US have begun looking for bad news in hopes that it will postpone the first rate hike
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