Private investments now 10% of portfolio
Director of group investments talks growth plans and challenges for SRI managers
Activist pursuing board appointments
Revises overweights and underweights
Criticism of discount contol mechanisms
High yield products popular
VIX long positions at record high
Dampens case for UK rate rise
Largest VCT in UK
Economist says domestic data supportive
Bank to monitor impact of global volatility
55% chance of global recession
Japan's index sees biggest daily rise since 2008
Two recruits build global team
Data shows closed-ended stronger over five years
Cash levels increased
New landscape for businesses
Banks proving attractive
Oil surged over three trading sessions following fall in US production
Fund to offer diversification benefits
Canaccord Genuity has recommended a number of closed-ended vehicles which investors should reconsider, including a handful still sitting on a premium.
Interest rates back in the spotlight as economy improves
Firm responds to growing smart beta demand
William Dudley, the president of the New York branch of the Federal Reserve, has said the recent volatility in China makes a US rate hike next month less attractive.
The Mid Wynd International investment trust has bounced back, after switching management from Baillie Gifford to Artemis last year, with total net assets up 28% to £80.8m over the year to June 2015.
FTSE opens 2% higher
Portfolios will invest in a number of collectives
Chancellor issues warning after nearly 5% FTSE drop
Pair join DFM team at wealth manager
Warning on China and Europe
Need to consider longer time horizons
Manager praises Pearson for maximising sale value
Are Japanese stocks in bubble territory?
Improving corporate governance adds to appeal
All 12 funds to be renamed Man GLG
A study by Henderson Global Investors has found the majority of investors supported performance fees on funds, despite an industry-wide trend for scrapping them.
Former pensions minister Steve Webb has confirmed he is to join Royal London as director of policy and external communications.
The first six months of 2015 have been a tale of two halves for asset managers, as some noted record inflows while others saw investors heading for the exit in droves.
Neil Woodford's Patient Capital Trust is to issue new shares in a tap issuance programme to satisfy 'excess demand' from investors.
Mining stocks are dragging down the FTSE 100 index after weak trade figures in China have reignited worries about a slowdown in its economic growth.
HSBC Global Asset Management has added a new multi-asset income fund to its Luxembourg-domiciled fund range.
Will Landers, manager of BlackRock's Latin American investment trust, said he has adopted a defensive but more flexible investment approach as the region continues to struggle.
Miton's UK MicroCap trust has announced its first share issue since launch in April, raising an additional £4.3m.
Nick Greenwood's Miton Worldwide Growth trust has proposed new measures to provide investors with more liquidity in a bid to attract inflows.
Speculative investors such as hedge funds stocked up on as much as 60% of the shares released in yesterday's RBS sale as they took advantage of the bargain price offered by the government.
SVM's Hugh Cuthbert, co-manager of the All Europe SRI fund, has said the investment case for traditional utilities companies has come to a permanent end.
Paul Niven, manager of the £2.5bn Foreign and Colonial investment trust, said he has already started tapping into the resources on offer following BMO's acquisition of F&C earlier this year.
Allianz Global Investors is to close its EcoTrends fund in October, while in a separate move it will add the label 'multi asset' to its RiskMaster range.