25 November 2014
Barings multi-asset manager Christopher Mahon has warned the chances of a fresh Black Monday-style crash are rising, as policy decisions increasingly drive markets.
21 November 2014
Duncan Goodwin (pictured), manager of the £307m Barings Global Resources fund, spoke to delegates at Investment Week’s Funds to Watch event. Here, he outlines his views on the sector and how he has restructured his portfolio.
04 November 2014
Baring Asset Management has rebranded its multi-asset Portfolio fund as the more flexible Dynamic Capital Growth fund in a bid to make it more attractive to pension savers.
03 November 2014
After a summer lull, fund buyers have begun the autumn again wondering how to deal with a raft of manager moves – with significant consequences for fund groups, in some cases.
07 October 2014
Is high yield fully valued? Managers from Hermes, Kames, CF Miton, Sanlan, UBP, Mirabaud, Barings, J.P. Morgan, Neuberger Berman, Morningstar, Architas and Franklin Templeton tell Investment Week their views on the asset class
26 September 2014
The election victory of President Joko Widodo has created an investment opportunity in Indonesia, according to SooHai Lim, manager of the Barings ASEAN Frontiers fund.
12 September 2014
The Baring Multi-Asset fund has lost over half of its assets in a month after Andrew Cole, Percival Stanion and Shaniel Ramjee left the group.
13 August 2014
Barings has hired two former Schroders managers to strengthen its investment team after multi-asset managers Andrew Cole, Percival Stanion and Shaniel Ramjee quit the group.
15 July 2014
The SRI sector has drawn much attention since a series of tax breaks on social investments were introduced earlier this year. Annabelle Williams analyses the different types of SRI funds available to investors .
10 July 2014
Western economies are finally on a steady recovery path and market volatility is at an all time low. So where do investors think the key opportunities will be in the remainder of 2014?
08 July 2014
The UK has remained firm on its economic recovery path so far this year, but political turmoil in the Middle East, combined with central banks' inability to make firm decisions on rate rises and monetary policy, are threatening to throw markets off track. So what are the key risks investors should be aware of in the second half of 2014?
03 July 2014
The BRICs have made something of a comeback this year following a 2013 many investors in the regions will want to forget, but which country now offers investors the best prospects?
30 May 2014
Jupiter vice chairman Edward Bonham Carter has questioned the number of groups launching multi-asset funds, with the majority attracting little interest from fund buyers.
27 May 2014
Thailand has been gripped by political unrest since last November, with its stock market enduring a tumultuous ride over the last seven months, but which funds have maintained their overweights, and how have they fared?
27 May 2014
UK mid caps are rerating currently, but where do managers think the real value lies?
FE’s Joshua Ausden scours the marketplace for the best hidden gem funds for your portfolios.
The Smith Commission has proposed the Scottish Parliament should get more powers over tax. Jonathan Stapleton discovers what this means for pensions and how schemes and employers can define who is a Scottish taxpayer.
China will likely ratchet up the stimulus further, and alongside this week's launch of the Shanghai-Hong Kong Connect programme, Chinese equities could speed ahead, explains ETF Securities' Nitesh Shah.
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