Standard Life Investments' UK equity manager Ed Legget is to leave the firm, Investment Week can reveal.
Tokio Marine Asset Management examines how an increasing number of upcoming IPOs, such as the one for Japan Post, the country's largest bank and insurer, may impact supply-demand dynamics in an already buoyant Japanese stock market.
Anthony Bolton has urged investors to be "steely" and hold on to their nerve particularly during volatile times, as he talked about his tenure as fund manager of the UK's largest unit trust.
Old Mutual has set the price for its planned sale of 13.3m shares in its US asset management business to raise money for "general corporate purposes".
Why investors shouldn't dismiss whole asset classes
The Fidelity Solutions team give their views on whether economic growth can accelerate throughout the rest of the year, and what the impact would be on their multi-asset portfolios.
Below are five companies the Sustainable Future team at Alliance Trust Investments has identified which demonstrate their investment philosophy in practice.
Twenty years of successes and failures for the junior market
Three former Brewin Dolphin directors have joined forces to launch their own investment management firm, Brighton Capital Management.
It has been several weeks since Jason Pidcock announced he is leaving his post as manager of the Newton Asian Income fund, after a decade at the helm, to set up a similar strategy for Jupiter later this year.
Mark Whitehead has left Sarasin & Partners to lead Martin Currie’s rejigged equity income team.
The next generation of trend-based strategies
Bill McQuaker, head of Henderson's multi-manager team, has moved into more cyclical equities in the view outperforming defensives now look vulnerable to a correction.
River & Mercantile's Philip Rodrigs has said there is "genuine strength" in the UK economy, which is reflected in small-cap companies extending their reach throughout the UK.
An annual investor study has revealed concerning attitudes to risk, key threats to retirement portfolios, and a potential fallout from the increasing use of alternative assets.
Newton Investment Management's Jason Pidcock is leaving the group to set up an Asian income strategy at Jupiter.
RWC's income managers Ian Lance and Nick Purves are continuing to run significant cash weightings in their portfolios on the view markets are "more than 20% overvalued".
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.
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.
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
Baillie Gifford's Ian Tabberer, manager of the £475m American fund, has left the firm.
Schroders has reported a strong first quarter, with profits rising as the group reported strong net inflows into its funds.
Need for financial tests for investors
Market movements are pushing Fidelity global equity manager Jeremy Podger to consider companies outside his traditional sectors as he looks further afield for value.