In pictures: Fund Manager of the Year
Investment Week celebrated the 20th anniversary of its flagship Fund Manager of the Year Awards at a glittering ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall last night.
Kevin Corrigan, head of fundamental fixed income at Lombard Odier Investment Managers, explains how conventional market cap indices often leave bond investors exposed to the countries and companies that are borrowing the most.
An overheated exchange
Ten funds producing red hot returns in 2015
Three very different ways to gain exposure
Greece is 'extreme manifestation' of developed world failings
Polar Capital has added a second European Income fund to its range due to investor demand for a product that excludes UK stocks.
Four new unknowns after Greece’s dramatic weekend
How to protect against another Lehman
How the Gross effect and specialist funds can help Janus in the UK
Bulking up and diversifying out
Crux Asset Management's Richard Pease speaks to Lawrence Gosling about the challenges facing small fund groups, European equities, Greece, and the naming of his new firm.
With SME corporations the most starved of access to credit across UK business, Chris Maule, CEO of UK Bond Network, explains how investors are able to access attractive and secured yields through SME bonds
Peter Fitzgerald, head of multi-asset at Aviva Investors, analyses the growth prospects for developed and emerging markets and the impact of future central bank actions.
Are fund rationalisations set to continue?
Why investors shouldn't dismiss whole asset classes
Richard Pease lifts the lid on Crux AM
A market for stockpickers
Simon Cordery, head of investor relations and business development, investment trusts at F&C Investments, explores the extent to which market sentiment can affect trusts.