Quants come with their own performance risks
'A slumbering beast which is stirring'
Report claims industry at 'inflection point'
Want to partner advisers on robo-advice
UK leaving single market
Outcome-based fund series
Pound's best day since 2008
Moody's downgraded sector outlook to 'negative'
Adapting to technological disruption
The asset management industry is invited to scrap going for lunch on 23 January, and instead make a donation to the CASCAID charity campaign.
Annual revenue growth to halve by 2021
UK "sat on its own" at negotiating table
Also introduced private client services team
M&G's Rhodes: 'I don't want to lose the ability to go against the grain, but we can get better at it'
Global Dividend fund seeing performance turnaround
Roland Grender's talents as a stockpicker have made some of the most successful investors in the world sit up and take notice.
'FCA's finest ever piece of work'
FCA Study reaction: Absolute return funds still have place in portfolios as failings 'not widespread'
Bestselling sector of 2015
'Damning critique of active funds'
A year of research
Inflows of £1.1bn over six months
Offer help with regulation
Top of priorities list for 2017
Brendan de Jongh, SA head of research at PortfolioMetrix, explains the benefits of holding an asset class when the risks have increased and yields have declined.
Despite protests from industry