Quick-fire interview: New City Initiative's Carter on why small firms need a voice in Brexit negotiations
Jamie Carter, deputy chairman of think-tank New City Initiative and CEO of Oldfield Partners, talks to editor Katrina Lloyd about the Brexit impact on smaller asset managers, and where the big value opportunities are to be found in the current market...
Ian Smith, partner at KPMG and head of investment management strategy, talks to editor Katrina Lloyd about how asset managers have responded to the Brexit vote, and other challenges for the sector.
JPMorgan trusts leading the winners
Bonds investors seeking opportunities across the globe
Political risk is on the rise, warns Miton's Anthony Rayner, with economic stagnation and voter dissatisfaction unlikely to disappear any time soon.
Property and equity sectors record largest outflows
Helped by foreign currency exposure
Latest figures from Morningstar
Total AUM £841.5bn at end of June
Will review underweight UK position accordingly
Impacted by costs of Vision acquisition
Runs two UK funds
The UK has voted: Brexit it is. Even though the uncertainty around the vote result is behind us, a new road full of unknowns opens up, writes Florence Barjou, deputy head of active investment strategies and head of multi-asset investments at Lyxor Asset...
UK economy hits a seven-year low
Subject to regulatory approval
'Revolving facility' could be used if conditions are right
To be bought by Japan's SoftBank Group
Long term uncertainty reigns
Inflation-linked bonds have been out of favour for the past three years as global developed market headline inflation rates and inflation expectations have fallen in the face of tepid economic demand and weak oil and commodity prices.
UK funds suffer while gold shines
No change to QE programme
Eclectica AM CIO Hugh Hendry on why the post EU referendum investment environment is "ripe for barbell strategies".
Davis takes new Brexit minister role
Three out of ten blue chips still suffer