26 May 2015
Natalie Kenway takes a closer look at fund capacity challenges in the small-cap sector, and at what point buyers think a portfolio should be capped.
13 May 2015
Architas senior multi-asset manager Stephanie Carbonneil is to exit the firm to join Schroders' intermediary business development team.
11 May 2015
The Pridham Report is a longstanding and reliable barometer of industry trends. This list of the top fund groups by gross and net retail fund sales is generally dominated, unsurprisingly, by the biggest players in the UK marketplace, although recently the balance of power had begun to shift.
11 May 2015
Schroders’ head of Asia ex Japan equities Robin Parbrook has told investors not to expect stellar returns from Asian equities as several headwinds threaten the asset class.
01 May 2015
Lloyds Banking Group has boosted the FTSE 100 this morning but politically-sensitive sectors have begun to feel the bite of election season.
30 April 2015
Schroders has reported a strong first quarter, with profits rising as the group reported strong net inflows into its funds.
24 April 2015
Richard Buxton has been among the most vocal backers of Tesco this year, but, as the supermarket posts a record £6.4bn loss, which funds have the most conviction in the stock?
31 March 2015
The board of the Schroder Real Estate investment trust is proposing to move the trust onshore and convert it to a REIT.
25 March 2015
Deflationary fears drove a strong performance from the ‘gilt proxies’ in 2014, but there are hopes the ECB's QE programme will help the equity markets this year.
23 March 2015
In his first interview since taking over Schroder UK Opportunities from Julie Dean, Matt Hudson tells Anna Fedorova about plans to expand his team and how he is coping with the differing demands of his two portfolios.
17 March 2015
Levels of liquidity in the UK mid and small-cap space are again under scrutiny following Schroders’ decision to overhaul two funds to guard against the problem.
06 March 2015
HSBC Global Asset Management's chief executive Andy Clark is ruling out introducing preferentially priced share classes, saying they are akin to "endorsements" of individual platforms.
05 March 2015
Schroders has posted record results for 2014, with inflows of £25bn pushing the group's total assets under management to the £300bn mark.
02 March 2015
Schroders has proposed to change its Schroder UK Absolute Target fund to a pan-European vehicle, as well as introducing a hurdle rate for the fund's performance fee.
18 February 2015
Schroders has re-opened Paul Marriage’s Absolute UK Dynamic fund and is to shift the portfolio to weekly dealing as a result of “declining liquidity” within the UK equity market, Investment Week can reveal.
Sam Isaly, managing partner of OrbiMed Investors and portfolio manager of the Worldwide Healthcare trust, says strategically-driven M&A activity and leaps in scientific research are continuing to drive growth for the sector
Stuart Parks, head of Asian equities at Invesco Perpetual, explains why despite China’s strong equity market gains in recent months, investors may be too optimistic on other Asian countries
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