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.
Previously focused on institutional market
Fund manager and senior people moves
Global markets in eight minutes: Four equity managers on the big opportunities and risks heading into 2018
Fund managers reveal the areas where they are boosting exposure and their big concerns for world markets in the year ahead.
Very similar environment to dotcom bubble
Spent 12 years at BlackRock
'Accelerate this pace of change'
Chris Kinder, Portfolio Manager of the Threadneedle UK Fund, outlines why despite UK banks returning to favour he remains wary of the sector.
'Bad debt' among key issues that must be addressed
Toby Nangle, EMEA Head of Multi-Asset at Columbia Threadneedle, believes that proper portfolio diversification, along with an absolute return solution which lasts through the retirement cycle, is key to managing today’s episodically volatile market
Janus Henderson recruits Columbia Threadneedle's fixed income head Cielinski amid bond team restructure
Cielinski joining firm on 1 November
Four funds fall to Grey List amid IA sector shake up
Largest daily share price fall
Markets have enjoyed a very strong start to the year.
Joins Quality Team
In response to investor feedback
Grown AUM from £819m last year
Some 16 firms involved
David Donora, head of commodities at Columbia Threadneedle Investments, takes a closer look at prospects for the different commodity sectors in the months ahead.
Will join in July
Mark Burgess, CIO EMEA and Global Head of Equities at Columbia Theadneedle Investments, considers the potential impact on markets of electing Le Pen, and the volatile consequences that this would have on French assets.