Ameriprise Financial asset manager
Columbia Threadneedle Investments is a global asset manager with offices in 18 countries. The company is part of Ameriprise Financial, a US-based financial services provider. It was formed when Columbia Management merged with Threadneedle Asset Management to create Columbia Threadneedle Investments in 2015. Services include retail and institutional asset management products.
As of June 2018, it manages £346bn for institutional and retail clients worldwide.
Columbia Threadneedle and RWC Partners handed mandate
Ilan Furman will focus on LatAm fund
Bigger steps towards tackling climate change, experts argue
Follows Mark Heslop departure
To join in September
Industry Voice: A market led by the large commodity stocks over the past few years has seen 'revenge of the index', making it difficult for all-cap managers to keep pace. Are we now on the precipice of a reversion of this?
Moving to full-spread basis
Key hires and departures so far this year
Celebrating International Women's Day
Replaces Mark Zinkula
Will join in February
Chairs first meeting this afternoon
Partner Insight: Columbia Threadneedle Investments' Toby Nangle, manager of the Threadneedle Dynamic Real Return Fund, reveals where he is seeing the best investment opportunities amid market re-ratings
CTI's Nangle: 'It is hard to see how the trajectory of trade distortions will affect the market ratings; that is worrying'
Partner Insight: Columbia Threadneedle Investments' Toby Nangle, manager of the Threadneedle Dynamic Real Return Fund, explores how to price assets given negative investor sentiment
This has been the longest bull market on record. This late in the business cycle, we believe it is worth focusing in particular on the merits of investing in US defence stocks.
Why the traditional approach of combining bonds and equities is not the best way to improve risk-adjusted returns
Partner Insight: The way in which bonds have been so successfully combined with equities in the past 35 years has been contingent on them delivering high returns in periods of equity market stress. Yet in half of the 20-year periods over the past 120...
The traditional approach of combining bonds and equities in a portfolio is not necessarily the best way to improve risk-adjusted returns
Partner Insight: Over the past five years, global markets have performed well in the shadow of significant event risk, from the Chinese banking liquidity crisis of 2013 to the volatility caused by the threat of a global trade war (amongst other issues)...