Iain Stealey, manager of the JPM Global Bond Opportunities fund, argues that bonds can still do well amid higher volatility
A new industry initiative aiming to improve liquidity in the fixed income market has gone live under the title Neptune, supported by 42 banks and investment firms.
Prudential has hired David Shairp as head of research for its Prudential Portfolio Management Group (PPMG).
'Everyone is still working out their value'
J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s Stephanie Flanders has said that investors should “expect less of everything” in future - including investment returns - because of the weakness of the global economy.
With Japan's corporate governance improvements now underway, Nicholas Weindling, portfolio manager of the JPMorgan Japanese investment trust, looks at how the region can finally begin to close the gap with Europe and the US and improve its tourism industries
Hargreaves Lansdown has agreed to acquire £370m of assets from J.P. Morgan Asset Management for an undisclosed amount, as the latter ceases to offer certain direct investments to individual clients.
Are fund rationalisations set to continue?
Fund managers give their views on the key issues impacting global asset classes and outline how they are positioning portfolios.
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.
J.P. Morgan Asset Management is merging its underperforming UK Focus fund into its UK Dynamic fund following a strategic review.
Beneficiaries of the oil price drop
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.
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
Fund managers reveal currency plays
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.
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'.
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.
J.P. Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM) has launched a Global Capital Structure Opportunities fund that will invest across equities, bonds and convertible bonds.
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.
Single investment region?