Cautious asset mix
Renamed to Diversified Global Managers
Themes of 2015 to continue
Global equity funds swapped
Which funds topped the chart?
Shifts in currency and equity positions
Seeded with £250m
Concerns about US rate rise impact on EMs
Long term succession planning
Based on existing institutional strategy
'Premium HNW solution for all clients'
To sit in IA Unclassified sector
Plans to convert £1.1bn Managed Balanced to UCITS
Discretionary range driving growth
Vanguard has removed the dilution levy on its Lifestrategy funds after the range surpassed £2bn in assets under management.
Alex Farlow reveals the criteria independent researcher Square Mile uses to identify the best risk-targeted funds.
In the next article in the series, FE Trustnet's Joshua Ausden considers three highly-rated UK equity managers and examines which of their portfolios are most attractive.
Kevin Corrigan, head of fundamental fixed income at Lombard Odier Investment Managers, explains how conventional market cap indices often leave bond investors exposed to the countries and companies that are borrowing the most.
Pictet Asset Management is aiming to "create noise" with its first onshore product for UK investors, a lower cost multi-asset fund for Percival Stanion and team.
Gottex Asset Management has launched a new multi-asset UCITS strategy for former HSBC Insurance CIO James Hughes.
The Fidelity Solutions team give their views on whether economic growth can accelerate throughout the rest of the year, and what the impact would be on their multi-asset portfolios.
Rathbone Unit Trust Management is slashing fees on its entire multi-asset range, as it prepares to include direct equities in portfolios as part of a shift to a "private client-style product".
A rise in inflation expectations is prompting more fund managers to seek ways to protect their portfolios, despite headline price indices sitting at ultra-low levels.
The SLI MyFolio team gives their tips for avoiding the human behavioural hurdles that can lead to imprudent decision-making.