Follows fund registration in UK
Market volatility surrounding the upcoming EU referendum in June could threaten return prospects from the fine wines sector in 2016, with the fall in sterling already impacting the cost of European imports.
Tactical overlay to hedge risk
Hardeep Tawakley takes a closer look at the evolution of specialist funds and speaks to buyers about their favourite offerings.
Trend comes under fire
BlueCrest closed fund to new investors in December
Combined earnings of $12bn
Agecroft outlines things to expect in the coming year
The flurry of peer-to-peer lending investment trusts unveiled over the past year and a half has attracted a significant level of interest from investors excited by the prospect of 6%-plus yields and other diversification benefits, with £1.7bn raised...
Crowdfunded Rebus lost £800k
Boost to yield and liquidity
Changing demographics in developed nations, a growing demand for both digital and physical infrastructure, and renewed interest in good corporate behaviour are set to rule 2016 and beyond.
Appointed sub-adviser on small-cap fund
Firm now has 13 portfolio managers
Join as asset managers
Classic cars have excelled as an investment asset class, with the value of the Historic Automobile Group International index rising by 16% in 2014. Yet it is more 'modern' vehicles that are able to grow in value and are attracting investors' attention,...
Bleak future for hedge funds
Reflects costs of running fund
Low interest rates, pension freedoms and less risky structures are some of the reasons driving the rise of alternatives in closed-ended funds according to Tim Mitchell, head of investment trust sales at J.P. Morgan Asset Management
Suite of funds to focus on partners and employees
Ensure consumer protection
Alternative finance becoming more mainstream
Former BMO managers to run fund
Geoffrey C. Hsu, partner of OrbiMed and manager of the BiotechGrowth trust, assesses the key drivers for the sector in 2016 and beyond.