CEO favours 'small is beautiful' business model
Charges currently 'not fair' for large wealth managers
'Everyone is still working out their value'
How the Gross effect and specialist funds can help Janus in the UK
London and Capital's Daniel Freedman talks to Dan Jones about the future of model portfolios, the group's decision to move further up the wealth scale, and its expansion plans.
Richard Pease lifts the lid on Crux AM
RLAM's UK equity income manager talks to Alice Rigby about a decade at the helm of his fund, capacity issues, and why he is still backing wealth management stocks.
Simon Somerville talks to Dan Jones about the latest leg up for Japan’s equity market, how tourism has become a powerful new theme for investors in the country, and how to gauge Abenomics’ success
How we are negotiating central bank challenges
‘There is more to LGIM than just index funds’
Three-year return drivers
Invesco Perpetual's Mark Barnett speaks to Investment Week about new ideas, unquoted positions, and the outlook for UK equities.
‘We want investors to look past Schroders and M&G’
'Wealth managers are at the mercy of fund managers on costs'
'Ruling out any investment is intellectually lazy'
Barings rebuilds after big-name exits
As property continues to deliver for investors, value is becoming harder to find. Investment Week asks allocators and fund managers which sub-sectors still look like attractive propositions.
'I have to prove I am credible in UK All Companies'
Ardevora and the psychology of investment
Lawrence Gosling talks to LGIM Asian Income trust manager Paul Hilsley about how his fund is positioned to benefit from the evolving dividend story in the region.
Why S&W is 'building not buying'
Standard Life Investments’ Global Equity Income fund manager Kevin Troup tells Laura Dew why his Hong Kong listed holdings are slow-burners and explains his decision to buy a Nokia bond, rather than its equity.
'Wealth managers have a lot to learn from supermarkets'
Super low interest rates distort industry values