Pound's best day since 2008
Challenging year ahead
Trust managers from Investment Week's Investment Company Forum discuss how they negotiated an unpredictable 2016 and where they believe the best opportunities lie in the coming 12 months and beyond.
Rowan Dartington's Stephens: Don't follow passive herd treading 'statistically flawed path to mediocrity'
In light of the FCA's Asset Management Market Study, Rowan Dartington's Guy Stephens revisits the eternal debate about the roles active and passive investments can play in ensuring end-investors receive value for money.
Would allow for 'smoother transition'
Quick-fire interview with Fidelity's Alex Wright: Pro-cyclicals' performance 'super-charged' by Trump win
Alex Wright, manager of the Fidelity Special Situations fund and Special Values investment trust, talks to editor Katrina Lloyd about whether an inflection point has been reached for value investing.
But 'unpredictablility of Brexit' remains a major downside risk
Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) Equity Income fund manager Martin Cholwill believes there is a danger of investors concentrating too heavily on pension deficits when looking at UK companies - despite the fact deficit figures have spiralled in recent...
Quick-fire interview with Columbia Threadneedle CIO Burgess: Geo-political risk a 'big feature' for investors
Mark Burgess, CIO of Columbia Threadneedle, talks to Katrina Lloyd about the potential stagflationary impact of a Trump presidency and uncertainties for the UK outlook following the Brexit vote.
Also linked to US treasury secretary role
Investors waking up to the news Donald Trump has won the US Presidential Election will be feeling a sense of déjà vu. We were all here before on 24 June as markets went into freefall following the Brexit vote.
Fund nears tenth anniversary
Quick-fire interview with S&W's Ed Rosengarten: The opportunities for smaller groups as industry consolidates
Smith & Williamson's head of funds business Ed Rosengarten talks to editor Katrina Lloyd about the challenges for UK asset managers, the Brexit impact, and why offering access to fund managers and an interactive approach is key for the group.
Follows positive growth figures
Arif Husain, head of international fixed income at T. Rowe Price and manager of the Global Unconstrained Bond fund, discusses the impact of Brexit on Central and Eastern European issuers and the investment opportunities emerging in the region.
Optimistic on international equities
Dismiss low costs as 'nonsense'
Many firms reaffirmed their commitment to London and the UK in the wake of the Brexit vote, and like the majority of economic data that has surfaced following June's EU referendum, recruitment activity in the City surprised on the upside.
Political uncertainty high throughout Europe and the US
China vehicles top but property funds hit
Testing appetite for a listing