UK private investor fund manager
Artemis Investment Management LLP is a UK-based fund manager, offering a range of funds invested in the UK, Europe, US and around the world. Clients' investments are spread across a range of funds, two investment trusts, a venture capital trust, and both pooled and segregated institutional portfolios. The firm's clients include retail investors, financial advisers, and institutional investors such as pension funds and financial institutions. The firm has offices in Edinburgh and London and, as of 28 February 2018, it managed £27.4bn of assets. Artemis was founded in 1997. In 2002 a majority stake was acquired by ABN AMRO, which subsequently passed to Fortis. Following an MBO in 2010, Artemis is owned by its UK management team and Affiliated Managers Group, a US international investment management company headquartered in Massachusetts.
Corporate Bond and Global High Yield funds to launch soon
The four best performing stars to look out for
Able to monetise its assets
Which product is worthy of the yellow jersey?
Concentrated portfolio of 75 to 100 positions worldwide
Equity markets are being driven by the fact that bond yields have collapsed.
Fund to be renamed
Bond fund range set to grow
Partner Insight: Cobots', or collaborative robots, are cheaper than employing somebody to do relatively menial tasks, write Alex Illingworth and Rosanna Burcheri, managers of the Artemis Global Select Fund
Over 1,300 nominations received
Partner Insight: Artemis' Alex Illingworth and Rosanna Burcheri discuss their "incredibly fussy" selection approach and the risk of recession in 2019
Partner Insight: How Simon Edelsten, manager of the Artemis Global Select Fund, aims to grow real wealth by investing in high-quality stocks worldwide: companies with strong positions in their markets, excellent balance sheets and sustainable pricing...
Senior distribution departures
Equities exposure drops to average of 43.2%
Approaching 20 years of dividend increases
Co-managers of £5.5bn AUM Artemis Income fund
Managers struggling to find solution to pressure on costs
To strengthen firm's ESG capabilities
Replaces Wealth 150
Joined in September 2014
Leaving Kames after seven years
For investors in US equities, October was a painful month. But at least we did not suffer alone - it was a brutal month for almost every asset class. Amid fear and panic selling, only gold posted a meaningfully positive return.