Firm reviewing its European strategies
The investment approach of five managers
Brand strength offers valuable pricing power in Europe
Due to client demand
To fund pipeline of acquisitions
Reflects UK open-ended funds trend
UK only accounts for 6% of eurozone exports
Started at RLAM in 2012
Equity markets globally currently remain vulnerable to sharp shifts in sentiment, caused by either unexpected or unwelcome outcomes in key upcoming political events (US and German Elections, Brexit and Italian Referendum).
Barclays and Santander also sell off
Kepler Partners' Pascal Dowling analyses how an already 'politically fractured' Europe will cope with a number of elections in the coming year and highlights the European-focused investment trusts positioned to capture the opportunities from a sell-off...
Will pursue other opportunities
Co-managed by Doyle and Jeanmaire
Allow time for clarifications
Providers could require more time
Says political risk has heightened
Nicolas Walewski, manager of the Alken European Opportunities fund, analyses the prospects for Europe's auto sector, which has been one of the poorest performers in Europe this year.
Previously co-manager on UK Alpha fund
Launches US high yield 'Fallen Angels' ETF
Stephen Macklow-Smith, manager of the JPMorgan European investment trust, takes a closer look at the factors that could drive an encouraging earnings story on the continent.
European fund managers are continuing to hone in on Italy's 'cheap' equity market, despite the poor performance of the country's banking sector in the EU's recent stress tests and uncertainty surrounding a key referendum in October which could cause more...
Now the UK's Brexit referendum is old news, Europe's troubled peripheral economies are once again under the spotlight as political deadlock in Spain and Greece's growing debt burden cast a shadow on their recovery prospects.
Follows an eventful first half of the year