The big interview
04 December 2014
Derrick Dunne, founder and director of FOUR Capital Partners, explains his concerns about forthcoming UCITS V rules, why the company is rebranding and how its relationship with Sanlam is evolving.
27 November 2014
The FCA's director of wholesale banking and investment management explains how he will supervise funds, what the industry needs to do on charges, and why CEOs should worry if their whistleblowing line does not ring.
21 November 2014
F&C Asset Management’s head of UK sales for retail and wholesale, Rob Thorpe, talks to Laura Dew about expansion into passives, playing to F&C’s strengths, and how the business fits into new owner Bank of Montreal’s multi-boutique structure.
13 November 2014
Sanditon Asset Management CEO Rupert Tyer explains how the newly launched business aims to recapture the Cazenove formula as it prepares to welcome new hire Julie Dean.
30 October 2014
Novia Financial founder Bill Vasilieff explains why preferentially priced deals are just ‘hot air’, and why there could be trouble ahead for some D2C players.
27 October 2014
Alliance Trust chief executive Katherine Garrett-Cox explains to Hardeep Tawakley how she turned the sleepy Scottish giant into an altogether different beast.
17 October 2014
Old Mutual Global Investors chief executive Julian Ide speaks to Julia Rampen about the rapidly-growing fund house’s global expansion plans, its relationship with the Old Mutual Wealth platform, and its flurry of recent hires.
01 September 2014
Natixis Global Asset Management head of UK retail Chris Jackson tells Julia Rampen how the group plans to make a splash in the pensions market as it looks to become a ‘major player’ in the UK.
18 August 2014
Legg Mason CEO Joe Sullivan talks to Anna Fedorova about the group’s plans to get newly-acquired boutique Martin Currie firing on all cylinders.
28 July 2014
Nick Paler asks Invesco Perpetual’s head of UK retail, Ian Trevers, how he has steered the group through the changes resulting from the departure of the UK’s most famous investor.
14 July 2014
Henderson Global Investors’ head of UK retail Simon Hillenbrand tells Julia Rampen how he plans to expand the group’s investment team, where to draw the line with fees, and why buy lists matter.
24 June 2014
First State Investments’ Chris Turpin talks to Laura Dew about soft-closures, succession planning, forays into fixed income, and why retail investors should avoid frontier markets.
16 June 2014
Newton’s chief executive Helena Morrissey talks to Anna Fedorova about her five-year plan for the business, her product development focus, and her successful campaign for female representation in business.
09 June 2014
Jupiter’s new CEO Maarten Slendebroek talks about fund pricing, taking over from Edward Bonham Carter, and what the future holds for the group.
02 June 2014
Standard Life Investments’ global client head Colin Clark talks about the firm’s insurance heritage, its plans to move GARS forward, and its acquisition of Ignis.
Depending on how you look at the US, stockpickers are either spoilt for choice or dealing with overly expensive companies. Cormac Weldon, manager of the Artemis US Equity and US Select funds, looks at the outlook for American markets next year and beyond.
Warren Hyland, lead portfolio manager of the Muzinich Emerging Market Short Duration fund, analyses the performance of emerging market debt and prospects for 2015.
2014 was a great era for merger and acquisitions, but managers expecting another bonanza year should think again - M&A activity will likely be more subdued next year, says AXA Framlington's Jamie Forbes-Wilson.
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