Individual and family investments
Seven Investment Management (7IM) is a London-based investment management business founded in 2001 by Justin Urquhart Stewart and Tom Sheridan. The company helps individuals, their families and advisers manage capital to meet their financial needs. Its team of more than 200 looks after £12bn of clients' money in discretionary services, self-invest services and multi-asset funds across a range of risk profiles.
7IM continues to expand, with the recent acquisition of TCAM Asset Management hoping to create a firm with £13.6bn AUM.
Active and passive categories
Nucleus again Platform of the Year
0.29% ongoing fund charge
7IM's Peter Sleep comments on developments
Exposure outweighs ‘Ireland, UAE and Czech Republic’
Runs a range of risk-rated portfolios
Added to TwentyFour AM's UK Mortgages strategy
Volatility hits 23-year lows
Economies under Trump's 'radar'
Joins fund selection team
Backed by support services company Bankhall
Only a third posted positive returns
The Caledonia investment trust has agreed to acquire a 94% stake in Seven Investment Management in a deal valuing the firm at £100m.
Threadneedle is to merge its multi-manager range into funds run by Seven Investment Management (7IM), with two managers set to move across as part of the deal, Investment Week can reveal.
The partners of Seven Investment Management (7IM) are considering selling the business, according to reports.
An eye on the funds of the future
Cofunds's former marketing director Verona Smith has joined Seven Investment Management (7IM) as head of platform.
ONE TO WATCH
Platform providers who are overcharging for propositions are finding the "the noose is tightening" around them, according to a new pricing guide.
7IM's Alex Scott has begun switching out of corporate debt in favour of Spanish and Italian bonds on a large proportion of the group's funds, ahead of any rise in government bond yields.
You may recall last August when, as a result of yet another credit rating agency announcing yesterday's news, we saw the markets and certainly the EuroStoxx 50 drop by over 20%.
The IMA is to begin charging non-members to list funds in its sectors in a move that could see some groups removing vehicles from the listings altogether.