26 March 2015
The M&G Episode Income fund has seen a substantial shift in asset allocation over the past 12 months, boosting returns to drive it up the sector rankings.
12 March 2015
Aviva Investors' Nick Samouilhan explains why central bank easing has led the multi-asset team to make a number of currency changes to the portfolios.
09 March 2015
The Investment Association's plans to reorganise the Unclassified sector may lead to advisers reaching "dubious conclusions" on funds, according to Old Mutual Global Investors' John Ventre.
06 March 2015
Distribution Technology (DT), the risk-profiling tool provider, has launched a fund risk-targeting service.
05 March 2015
Miton has overhauled part of its multi-asset range, changing the investment objective of one of its flagship portfolios as it rebrands two funds.
03 March 2015
Architas is launching a global multi-asset fund for CIO Caspar Rock as demand for income-generating products continues to grow.
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.
12 February 2015
With interest in Asian equity funds having dwindled in recent months as concerns over emerging markets escalate, Premier Asset Management's Simon Evan-Cook outlines the portfolios he still backs in the region.
10 February 2015
Considering emerging markets as a single asset class is a mistake and investors must move towards a more granular analysis of risks and opportunities, just as they do with developed markets, explains John Ventre (pictured), head of multi-manager at Old Mutual Global Investors.
09 February 2015
Aberdeen Asset Management has appointed Mike Brooks from Baillie Gifford as co-lead manager on its Diversified Growth strategy, alongside Mike Turner.
05 February 2015
BlackRock's Justin Christofel has been increasing his exposure to bond ETFs in order to minimise fixed income liquidity risk in the £1.2bn Global Multi-Asset Income fund.
05 February 2015
The Investment Association (IA) is consulting members on a reorganisation of its sector structure as it seeks to better accommodate 'outcome-focused' funds.
04 February 2015
To mark Investment Week's 20th Anniversary, Hardeep Tawakley takes a closer look at how different Investment Association (IA) sectors have performed over the past two decades.
02 February 2015
Chancellor George Osborne's major shake-up of pensions, announced in last year's Budget, came as a major shock to the financial services industry.
02 February 2015
Miton’s David Jane said an underweight to oil, currency hedging and exposure to long-dated debt has helped drive performance on his multi-asset portfolios since the start of the fourth quarter.
Michael Ulrich, UK mid-cap manager at F&C Investments, says investors in the UK need to ignore political noise and growth predictions when constructing portfolios.
Jeremy Thomas, co-manager of the Brunner investment trust, analyses the true economic impact of China's anti-corruption campaign.
Corinna Arnold, managing director at RWC, says despite Shinzo Abe's numerous attempts to kick-start Japan's ailing economy in 2014, progress is likely to be patchy at best
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