Took leave in September
With banks having to abide by new capital requirements, future bailouts will still see the UK taxpayer pay out for corporate mistakes according to Kames Capital's Gregory Turnbull-Schwartz.
Milburn still on leave
Concerns about sterling and gold
Topping up exposure on weakness
London headquarters could be under question
Shifts in currency and equity positions
Ceremony held on 17 November
Former Kames business development manager
Managed by Scott Fleming and Alex Pelteshki
Targets pension savers
With ethics and responsible investing becoming a core part of many investors’ criteria, Investment Week asks which themes or stockpicks are standing out
Investors have stayed away from ethical funds as they supposedly have to give up returns in order to be ‘socially conscious'. Hardeep Tawakley reports
Rise will remove market doubts
Working on rates and financials team
Given the threat of imminent rate rises, it might seem to be safer to invest in European bonds than US bonds.
Another departure at RLAM
Trainee joins from PwC
Co-managers to take over funds
Firm thought to be in early stages of process
Investors urged not to panic ahead of rate hikes
Fixed income managers have expressed concerns over a new initiative to boost shrinking liquidity in bond markets, fearing the inclusion of 15 banks will cause price swings in the market.
Kames Capital has strengthened its property team with the appointment of Jim Hartley as senior asset manager.
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