Could follow M&G and Schroders
Fidelity has kick-started the price war in the index market again this month, and I applaud it for doing so. After all, why should an investor pay double digits for exposure to developed indices?
Another departure at RLAM
Nick Price, portfolio manager of the Fidelity Japanese Values trust, explores the key changes being made by Japanese corporates.
Charges cut on seven-strong range
Investors were given yet another reason to steer clear of Brazil after political turmoil and high debt levels saw ratings agency Standard & Poor's downgrade the country's status from investment grade to 'junk' this month.
FCA to explore flexibilities
Dampens case for UK rate rise
'Substantial contribution' to the investment industry
Dirk Philippa, portfolio manager of the Fidelity Global Property fund, argues higher interest rates should not always be seen as a negative for real estate investors.
Fidelity's multi-asset team give their views on potential turning points for global sectors during a turbulent time for markets.
Khowala to take over the Fidelity American fund
As the alternative investment market reaches its 20th anniversary this week, managers highlight some of the most impressive company successes - as well as the major failures on the junior market - over the past two decades.
Charles Stanley has added passive funds to its Foundation Fundlist of preferred vehicles for the first time, following a shakeup of the firm’s research capabilities.
The board of the Fidelity Japanese Values trust has appointed Nicholas Price, who currently runs a number of the group's Japanese funds, as its new manager.
Sam Morse, manager of the Fidelity European Values trust, examines the tailwinds for his favourite banking stocks.
Fidelity is cutting the annual management charge on its £182m Asian Values investment trust, as it moves to a tiered pricing structure.
Barclays is planning to cut over 30,000 jobs in the next two years, after firing chief executive Antony Jenkins earlier this month.
Fidelity's Alex Wright is backing Barclays to begin its turnaround in earnest following last week's dismissal of chief executive Antony Jenkins.
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.
Mixed reactions to 'radical' plans
Dhananjay Phadnis, manager of the Fidelity Emerging Asia fund, examines how emerging markets have weathered recent storms and identifies future challenges for these countries.
Almost one fifth of investment trusts have changed managers in the last 18 months as a result of retirements, departures and greater board scrutiny, according to the Association of Investment Companies (AIC).
Global asset management firms have avoided being labelled "systemically important" but face a review into potential systemic risks posed by their largest funds.