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.
Marsh to begin working on Income fund in February 2018
By now, the broad outlines of the case against US equities are familiar: after a long bull market, valuations look high.
Fund to launch on platforms on 6 November
Spent 13 years at Artemis
Artemis' Ralph: 'UK growth will be much slower and real wage growth will ultimately fall….even a soft Brexit will cost the UK'
Alex Ralph, manager of the £1.2bn Artemis High Income Fund, explains why she remains concerned in regards to the outlook for the UK market and has turned her attention to Europe instead.
How is Artemis High Income dealing with the challenges of liquidity and forthcoming macro challenges?
While the Artemis High Income Fund, managed by Alex Ralph, does not adhere to any specific benchmarks, it does instead focus on achieving an 'above average' and relatively high level of income by investing in bonds and some higher yielding equities too....
Are funds focused on higher income, rather than capital growth, more likely to succeed in the current market environment?
As strategies investing in credit for capital growth struggle in today's difficult market environment, Artemis' Alex Ralph explains why the best option for some investors may be to look at strategic bond funds that provide a higher income and an element...
Concern about stretched valuations
Global economic growth strongest since the start of 2014
The Big Question: What are the biggest opportunities and risks for your strategy as we head into the second half of the year? (Part I)
Managers at Investment Week's June Funds to Watch conference share their views on what to expect from the rest of 2017 and beyond.
Kartik Kumar to co-run vehicle
Big Question: How are you positioned from a fixed income perspective as we head into a global inflationary environment?
In this week's Big Question, fund managers discuss whether concerns about rising inflation have been overstated, and reveal their portfolio positioning.
Fails to address liquidity problem
Lack of faith in US President
Particularly small cap and domestic companies
The global economy is changing. In an increasingly reflationary environment, companies with strong brands and products - whose earnings are predictable and resilient against deflation - are falling out of favour.
John Campbell OBE also joining
Richard Romer-Lee continues Square Mile's series of informal interviews
The investment approach of five managers
Six fund managers reveal the long-term trends driving their strategies, and the positions that have worked well for their portfolios this year, as well as the sectors they have avoided
Raising money for Children with Cancer UK
Bond yields at record lows
Following Investment Week's recent fixed income briefing in Edinburgh, three speakers from the event reveal how they are navigating the post-Brexit environment and where the best opportunities are this year.
Artemis' Frost: I have learnt more in the past 7-8 years than I did in the first 20 years of my career
Manager of £6.2bn Artemis Income fund