15 May 2015
PIMCO's global equities CIO Virginie Maisonneuve is to leave the firm just 18 months after joining the group, as it closes two equity funds.
12 May 2015
Findlay Park has launched a sterling unhedged share class for its American and Latin American funds, to allow investors to manage their own currency exposure.
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
06 May 2015
Baillie Gifford's Ian Tabberer, manager of the £475m American fund, has left the firm.
30 April 2015
Investment Week and Morningstar's latest look at the most consistent fund managers across the unit trusts and OEIC universe.
30 April 2015
Schroders has reported a strong first quarter, with profits rising as the group reported strong net inflows into its funds.
27 April 2015
David Stevenson discusses the merits of a 'financial bond' between advisers and investors, which may help prevent short-termist behaviour.
22 April 2015
Market movements are pushing Fidelity global equity manager Jeremy Podger to consider companies outside his traditional sectors as he looks further afield for value.
16 April 2015
Colin Lunnon, fund manager in the multi-manager team at Octopus Investments, explains why it is unfair to paint the alternatives sector as 'all losers and no winners'.
15 April 2015
HSBC Global Asset Management's Caroline Hitch is reducing exposure to equities in favour of credit in the firm's $8bn World Selection portfolios as she fails to find "compelling" valuations for shares.
15 April 2015
Traditional cautious vehicles have become "basically prehistoric" in their approach to portfolio construction, according to Tom Becket, chief investment officer at Psigma Investment Management.
13 April 2015
JP Morgan's multi-management team has moved money out of equities as it moves from bullish to neutral on risk assets for the first time since launch.
10 April 2015
Over the past 12 months, the US equity market has delivered impressive returns which, for sterling-based investors, have been enhanced by the strength of the US dollar.
08 April 2015
Shell’s £47bn takeover deal for BG Group has prompted a 40% rise in the company’s shares – but which UK equity funds stand to benefit the most?
07 April 2015
Hermes’ Geir Lorde has said he is building his exposure to energy as valuations in the out-of-favour area are looking increasingly attractive.
The writing is on the wall for the fund factsheet (and it’s about time), writes Jeremy Mugridge. Here he explains how smarter communication will boost advice engagement.
Frontier market investors are weighing up the best ways to benefit from the opening up of the Iranian market, as a deal is reached to end 36 years of global sanctions against the country.
In our podcast for July, Anna Fedorova speaks to Square Mile's Richard Romer-Lee about the growing challenge the Investment Association faces with regards to existing and new sector classifications.
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