World Economic Forum calls for 'fundamental reform' to capitalism as populism enters top global risks
'Increasing polarisation of societies'
Will be co-manager alongside David Wise
Trump and production cut creating uncertainty
Plan to develop offering
Led by Karsten Bierre
Managed by Giles Hargreave and Oliver Bedford
Plans to roll out own global equity solutions in 2017
First EM fund in suite
Managed by Matthew Cobon
Active, long-biased approach
Particuarly bullish on financials
4,000 jobs could move
Concerns about 'moderate' scenario
Hires TSB Banking's Will Samuel
Compliance officers and IT risk management more important than ever
According to CFA UK's Valuation Index
Up from 0.5%
The end of a 35-year bond bull market, the rise of so-called robojobs, rapid developments in gene editing and the 'sharing economy' will be among the themes that will interest investors next year and beyond, according to Investec Wealth & Investment's...
Five managers give their views
Impact of Brexit and Trump
Dispute from her time as French minister
Ian Pizer reveals his key trades for the new year
In the immediate aftermath of the EU referendum, the spotlight fell on UK property and those who invest in it, writes Michael Barrie, director of fund management - property, at Legal & General Investment Management.
Launched last month
Information must be 'relevant and useful' to investors
Alliance Trust moves to multi-manager approach
First rate rise in a year
Second rate rise since December 2015
Managers take cautious approach ahead of expected US rate rise as 'wary' Yellen likely to underwhelm on outlook
Two rate rises predicted next year
UK "sat on its own" at negotiating table
Also introduced private client services team
Lack of understanding can lead to 'large, rapid' losses
A number of asset managers could lose access to investment research following the implementation of MiFID II, as their current payments to research providers are likely to be insufficient under the directive, according to Chris Turnbull, co-founder of...
Fund managers have warned of short-term volatility following Italy's vote against constitutional reform in this weekend's referendum, which they say could "exert a baleful influence" on the country's struggling banking sector.
The euro fell to levels last seen in March 2015 last night as Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said he would resign after suffering a worse defeat than expected in the country's referendum on constitutional reform.
Managed by Insight Investment
For over two decades, the pace of Italy's economic growth has lagged that of its major continental peers, writes LGIM's Justin Onuekwusi.
Lazard's Flood 'open' to energy and financials if Trump keeps word on fiscal plans but taking wait and see approach
Concentrated portolio remains unchanged following election
Simplifying pricing structure
Risen 4.8% in November
Global equity funds the only beneficiary
Volatility target of 8%
Could reduce competition
Extension of multi-asset offering
Portfolio maintains longer-term outperformance