Follows recent appointment of James Sym
Joining from Columbia Threadneedle
European, global and US equity funds
Change completed last week
Investors are grappling with the huge uncertainty caused by the global Covid-19 pandemic. The human and economic impact has been dramatic, both in its magnitude and in its velocity.
Will join in June
Near triple 2019 average
After some volatility during the summer, Q4 2019 added to the rising tide experienced by European equity markets since the dip in late 2018.
Three reasons why payments 'status quo' will not last
The European energy sector has underperformed the broader European market over the past three years by 3.4% on an annualised basis.
In 2020, five people will enter the growing global middle class every second, reinforcing the secular, long-term appeal of discretionary consumer spending, and consequently, the luxury sector.
Assets fall to unsustainable levels
Follows strong year for inflows
Glimmers of hope have recently begun to emerge for European equities.
On cusp of 'radically new chapter'
One of two lead portfolio management promotions in European equities
Annual UK adviser survey
Europe's stockmarkets are on average up more than 20% this year.
Advisers and investors may ask themselves whether there are good reasons to consider Europe for investing. Carmignac’s Head of European Equities and Fund Manager Mark Denham argues that if you know where to look, there is much to be optimistic about....
European equity markets have struggled to perform since the start of 2018 owing to the relaunch of trade wars by US President Trump, coupled with uncertainty surrounding Brexit.
Despite a recent sell-off, $17trn in global bonds trade with a negative yield.
Questions over further quantitative easing rollout
Despite the return of volatility, there's plenty of growth and value to be found across global equity markets by active managers. What's more, compelling alternatives are available for those looking for a differential in their equity allocations. Darren...