McConnon promoted to head of marketing EMEA
Run by former £1bn Income fund manager
Removed from trading
New hire to support flagship fund
Marketing and Innovation winners revealed
Wealth management firm Myddleton Croft has promoted former BNY Mellon/Newton retail sales head Julie Jones to managing director, as chief executive David Cowell moves to a chairman role.
Newton's chief investment officer Simon Pryke is leaving the firm after almost 20 years to pursue more commercial roles.
New guard make their mark
Markets have responded positively to news of a Conservative election win, but uncertainty over Britain's membership of the EU and Scotland's future are storm clouds on the horizon, according to economists and fund managers.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined BNY Mellon £126m for failing to comply with rules ensuring the safe custody of client assets.
What could wrong-foot investors?
BNY Mellon Investment Management is set to change the names of two of its funds, the Newton Global Higher Income and Higher Income, and scrap the yield discipline on the latter.
Newton Investment Management is expanding its multi-asset range with the launch of a Multi-Asset Income fund on 4 February.
Former Barclays Wealth director Yolande Escher has joined BNY Mellon's wealth management business.
Conventional monetary policy is "exhausted" and the key challenge for policymakers next year will be stimulating growth, says Threadneedle's Mark Burgess.
The sudden market falls seen in the six weeks to mid-October took many by surprise. Here we identify ten equity funds in the Targeted Absolute Return sector which produced positive performance over the period.
BNY Mellon is set to acquire US-based fixed income and solutions specialist Cutwater Asset Management, bolstering Insight Investment's capabilities in the process.
Winning over millennials
Rising valuations in healthcare stocks have led to fears of a bubble. Newton's Stephen Rowntree outlines the fundamentals which support valuations.
BNY Mellon Investment Management has launched the BNY Mellon Absolute Insight fund, a UCITS product for European investors which mirrors the £692m Absolute Insight fund.
Many popular absolute return funds targeting low volatility are in danger of registering annual losses. What can managers do to turn around performance?
‘Newton is not a one-trick pony’
BNY Mellon Asset Management has hired Fergus McCarthy from Investec Asset Management as head of advisory, as it restructures its management team after the recent exit of Scott Goodsir, Investment Week understands.
Kames Capital is considering a move into the multi-asset absolute return space, following strong inflows into its existing absolute return products and the outstanding success of the multi-billion pound GARS franchise.