03 December 2013
A number of asset managers stand to double their market share if they are prepared to be aggressive on super clean pricing, according to research from Barclays.
02 December 2013
Hargreaves Lansdown could be set to charge lower-end clients around 70bps when it publishes its new clean fee structure, expected this week.
25 November 2013
High yield investors moving up the risk spectrum in order to secure higher returns are not being adequately compensated, says Stephen Baines, fund manager in Kames Capital’s high yield fixed income team.
18 November 2013
Andrew Johnson, managing director and co-portfolio manager of the Neuberger Berman Global Bond Absolute Return fund, explains the benefits of benchmark-agnostic opportunistic investing.
15 November 2013
Barclays is to cut 1,700 UK branch jobs from 2014 as customers move online for services.
13 November 2013
Barclays’ head of compliance Sir Hector Sants will not be returning to the banking group after taking three months’ leave in October due to stress.
06 November 2013
Barclays is to cut around 450 jobs in the UK, including a third of its private bankers.
01 November 2013
Barclays has reportedly suspended six traders as part of an internal investigation into alleged price fixing within foreign exchange markets.
24 October 2013
Barclays is considering controversial plans to avoid a new bonus cap from Brussels.
18 October 2013
There was really only one story grabbing the headlines in the retail financial services world this week - the surprise exit of the most famous investor in the UK, Invesco Perpetual's Neil Woodford.
16 October 2013
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has revealed that Barclays bank was the most complained firm in the first half of the year.
26 September 2013
Barclays is to stop offering a full-scale wealth management service to clients with between £100,000 and £500,000, as part of a scaling back of its global wealth division.
19 September 2013
This week I have a terrible admission to make. I drank a little too much wine at a recent press event, but that was a good thing as I was searching for an inner truth about investing in bonds.
16 September 2013
Mark Holman, a former Lehman Brothers executive director, launched fixed income boutique TwentyFour AM the same week his former employer went bankrupt.
16 September 2013
Hardeep Tawakley takes a closer look at how the UK’s banks have regained some of their strength following the collapse of Lehman Brothers and what the future holds for the sector.
Being an income investor today can mean buying the most expensive corner of the market, but Jacob de Tusch-Lec, manager of the Artemis Global Income fund, says China is an interesting exception.
Stefan Herz, portfolio advisor to the Charlemagne Magna Eastern European fund, says the best ‘value traps’ in Russia can be found by breaking down opportunities into three ‘tiers’.
Bertrand Cliquet, fund manager of the Lazard Global Listed Infrastructure Equity fund, explains his fund’s strategy and where he believes there is value in the sector.
Europe investors were right to shun value plays in recent years, but lower price premiums are now emerging as a key metric of stock performance, argues Neptune's Rob Burnett.
The Big Debate
The Big Debate is an online audio and video conferencing club with an audience comprising of the UK's leading Discretionary Asset Managers, top IFA's and investment professionals.
IW Fund Centre
Register here to get full access to all Investment Week's news and comment articles from our archive.
Updating your subscription status