29 May 2015
Aviva Investors has appointed Aria Capital Management’s James Tothill as head of third party sales.
28 May 2015
Tony Mann has joined Alpha Portfolio Management to spearhead the expansion of its private client offering.
19 May 2015
Deutsche Bank could move parts of its business from the UK to Germany if a referendum ends the UK's membership of the European Union.
18 May 2015
An IFA based in Plymouth has hired a head of advisory services from industry giant Fidelity.
18 May 2015
Ex- Gartmore manager Nigel Kennett, whose Canlife UK Equity portfolio has one of the industry's largest overweights to BG Group, is considering buying Jupiter to replace the natural gas giant.
13 May 2015
Sterling has fallen after the Bank of England downgraded its growth forecasts for the UK economy while indicating it could start to raise interest rates in mid-2016.
12 May 2015
Royal London Asset Management saw outflows more than double in the first quarter compared to the same period last year, although it reported strong growth in its pensions business.
12 May 2015
Ros Altmann has been named as the next pensions minister, replacing Steve Webb.
11 May 2015
Mismatched timeframes across the investment industry are leading managers to obsess over equity volatility according to James Budden, director of retail marketing and distribution at Baillie Gifford
07 May 2015
One attraction of UK housing is its inflation protection properties, but unachievable targets and bad political policies could place the sector at risk, according to David Gibbins, fund manager at Hearthstone Investments
07 May 2015
Insurer Aviva has introduced a “proactive retention programme” in a bid to stem the loss of funds from its asset management business.
06 May 2015
M&G has reported a rise in UK retail outflows for the first quarter, and acknowledged the outlook for future flows remains "uncertain".
05 May 2015
The FTSE 100 has risen almost 1% this morning to retake the 7,000 level, as all sectors except materials enjoy gains.
30 April 2015
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has set aside extra cash to cover litigation costs, helping drive it to a loss in the first quarter.
29 April 2015
The Conservatives will introduce a law that will guarantee no rises in income tax rates, VAT or national insurance before 2020, the party is to announce.
The UK is home to a world-leading computer games industry, and with the help of venture capital investors, local developers have recently brought virtual reality games to the public for the first time. Annabelle Williams speaks to Mercia Fund Management’s Mike Hayes, who backed the launch.
With 60% of the European fund universe less than a decade old, Christopher Traulsen, director of fund research, EMEA at Morningstar, asks if managers need to focus less on creating products to capture flows in specific sectors, and more on delivering durable funds that retain clients
Mark Wignall from Mobeus Equity Partners, Andrew Garside from Baronsmead and Tim Levett from NVM Private Equity discuss the latest VCT trends with Alice Murray.
Dan Nickols manager of the Old Mutual UK Smaller Companies fund, asks if UK smaller companies should realistically be trading at a discount to their large cap peers
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