Quilter has seen 12 investment managers resign since listing on the London Stock Exchange in June, which could lead to "higher than trend" outflows in 12 to 18 months' time, chief executive Paul Feeney has warned.
In Quilter's first results since separating from parent company Old Mutual, the firm saw its overall assets under management/administration (AUMA) increase 2% to £116.5bn between 31 December 2017 and the...
Will be 'core to all great portfolios'
Why the traditional approach of combining bonds and equities is not the best way to improve risk-adjusted returns
Partner Insight: The way in which bonds have been so successfully combined with equities in the past 35 years has been contingent on them delivering high returns in periods of equity market stress. Yet in half of the 20-year periods over the past 120...
£34bn of non-sterling assets to be merged
Spent 13 years at Pictet
Joined with Chinese asset manager Ping An