18 May 2015
Fund managers give their views on the key issues impacting global asset classes and outline how they are positioning portfolios.
28 April 2015
The £930m J.P. Morgan American investment trust has been run by New York-based Garrett Fish (pictured) and Eytan Shapiro for over a decade.
27 April 2015
J.P. Morgan Asset Management is merging its underperforming UK Focus fund into its UK Dynamic fund following a strategic review.
24 April 2015
Joep Huntjens, head of Asian debt at NN Investment Partners (formerly ING Investment Management), explains why Asia will be the biggest winner as the economics of oil continues to change.
17 April 2015
A former J.P. Morgan investment adviser has been accused of stealing at least $20m from clients and using the money to trade on his own account and to pay off his mortgage.
07 April 2015
Split capital trusts are regarded as higher risk by the industry but it is important to recognise the choice their unusual structure provides for investors, says Simon Crinage, head of investment trusts at J.P. Morgan Asset Management
23 March 2015
Investment Week asks managers how they are dealing with volatile currency markets, as diverging central bank monetary policies create fresh challenges for investors.
19 March 2015
Several years on from launch, retail fund buyers are showing increasing interest in a strategy which seeks to bridge the gap between passive and high alpha portfolios.
12 March 2015
Some of the biggest banks in the US have been given the green light to pay their largest dividends since the financial crisis, following the Federal Reserve's 'stress test'.
03 March 2015
A prolonged rally in both equities and bonds has left investors facing a challenge to diversify away from crowded trades in recent months. Investment Week asks fund managers and buyers which trades in particular should be raising the red flags.
03 March 2015
J.P. Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM) has launched a Global Capital Structure Opportunities fund that will invest across equities, bonds and convertible bonds.
27 February 2015
Financial services has witnessed a number of famous apologies over the years linked to fraud, rogue trading, and even train fare dodging. Investment Week remembers the most notable, and the ones which never were.
22 February 2015
Although there has been little convergence within the eurozone since it became a single currency region, Simon Crinage, head of investment trusts at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, argues the currency bloc still has a number of strengths, including its power as a global exporter.
20 February 2015
Two natural resources managers have said commodity-related equities have now reached a floor following several months of falls.
13 February 2015
Tony Lanning runs J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s Fusion fund range. Here he tells Alice Rigby about the most contrarian theme in his portfolios, and why it pays to be obsessive about risk.
Melissa Gallagher, head of investment trusts at Allianz Global Investors, analyses the role investment trusts can play in pension planning as more investors avoid annuities.
Mary-Therese Barton, senior investment manager at Pictet Asset Management, analyses if the Mexican government’s determination to implement its structural reforms and maintain economic stability is helping or hindering the market.
From financials and Brazilian equities to preference shares, managers tell Investment Week more about their best contrarian stock, sector, and regional picks for 2015.
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