Beagles, Lang and Williams tackle fund capacity
Neptune's Felix Wintle has described 2014 as a "frustrating" year for performance but has prospered again this year in part due to a zero weighting in "bond proxy" utilities.
Legg Mason has integrated eight Martin Currie equity funds into its ICVC fund range, in a move that brings all its subsidiaries under one umbrella in the UK.
How the Gross effect and specialist funds can help Janus in the UK
Latest complaints data published by the regulator has revealed a record number of second half complaints over investment products, driven by a rise in reports focusing on unit trusts and OEICs.
J.P. Morgan Asset Management is launching an onshore version of its Luxembourg-domiciled Global Bond Opportunities fund.
The year investment trusts were brought back down to earth
Lindsell Train’s unusual take on key man risk
Other large caps may follow Tesco in cutting dividends
‘Pension funds do not yield enough'
Turning Martin Currie into a powerhouse
Somerset Capital has admitted a new dilution levy on its funds has proved 'contentious' despite being in keeping with an industry-wide drive to cost transparency.
Why we dodged the fund pricing shakedown
'This market offers no extreme outliers'
Powering a recovery fund in a recovered market
Natixis Global Asset Management has hired three new UK sales managers in a bid to expand its presence in the advice and platform spaces.
Kames Capital CEO Martin Davis talks to Anna Fedorova about Scottish independence, rebranding, and the group's plans to diversify away from the fixed income space.
Evan Bruce-Gardyne, director of investor relations at Alliance Trust says, in time, the Retail Distribution Review will help encourage investors to look at the wider picture before committing capital to a fund.
Natixis Global Asset Management is poised to launch a global concentrated equity fund in a bid to further develop its UK-domiciled range.
THE BIG INTERVIEW
Allianz Global Investors is planning to launch a US small-cap fund for UK investors in June.