Bond managers have been slashing exposure to contingent convertible debt - a key source of alpha for fixed income funds in recent months - as yields begin to fall and an avalanche of issuance appears on the horizon.
Brown Shipley has appointed six analysts in a bid to strengthen the investment team's equity and credit coverage.
Brown Shipley has expanded its Edinburgh team with the appointment of three former Barclays Wealth bankers.
Brown Shipley has promoted Kevin Doran to chief investment officer after Peter Botham moved across to a new role focusing on the company's IFA business.
Kevin Doran, manager of the Brown Shipley Sterling Bond fund, identifies three issues facing the sterling corporate bond market this year
Brown Shipley has become the latest group battling for Jupiter Asset Management's wealth arm, according to sources.
Brown Shipley has appointed former Sanlam private banking chief Hugh Titcomb to head up its own private banking division.
Exposure to financials has been the key performance driver for Kevin Doran's IFDS Brown Shipley Sterling Bond fund, which has gained the top spot in the IMA £ Corporate Bond sector this year.
In the latest Big Debate, our panelists from TwentyFour Asset Management and Brown Shipley discuss the new risks and opportunities facing bond investors.
Private bank Brown Shipley has made two promotions within in its London office, as part of a move to engage more with clients from the worlds of sport and media.
THE BIQ QUESTION
In the latest Big Debate, our panelists from Brown Shipley and Guinness Asset Management discussed Income.
WAY Group has acquired International Financial Data Services (IFDS)' ACD business in a deal which has made it the second largest player in the space.
In the first of a two-part special, fund managers explain which areas of fixed income offer the best opportunities during unprecedented times for markets.
In the latest Conjecture debate, our panelists from Brown Shipley Funds, S&P Capital IQ and TwentyFour Asset Management discussed Strategic Bonds.