US investment fund giant
Fidelity International, formerly Fidelity Worldwide Investment, is a global investment management services company delivering mutual funds, pension management and fund platforms to private and institutional investors. The company offers its own funds and, through its platforms in a number of countries, other managers' funds.
Fidelity provides a range of active asset management solutions as well as large fund platforms offering access to Fidelity and other managers' funds and services for personal investors. Fidelity provides solutions to the ISA, SIPP and Defined Contribution Pensions markets, both for domestic schemes, multinational employers and their staff.
Fidelity International was originally established in 1969 under the name Fidelity International Limited. Since then, it has continued to operate as a private company owned by some of its employees and the Johnson family. It has three main office locations in the UK: London, Surrey and Kent.
Adding gold exposure
Fears that bond markets could become more volatile as a result of reduced liquidity levels in the asset class are continuing to dominate investor conversations in 2017.
Not for the first time in recent history, investors are starting to question their fixed income holdings as the potential for a rise in interest rates in the UK hovers closer.
Funds with a minimum five year track record
Launching two quality income ETFs
Highlights of group's 2017 Analyst Survey
Taken over multi-asset Open range
Fidelity's Clougherty: Why tough regulation is a balancing act but regulator must support active management
Group records best ever Q2
Proposal to make executive pay votes binding
Kevin O'Nolan, portfolio manager in the Fidelity Solutions team, discusses the repercussions of the recent EU referendum, including the risks of political contagion in Europe.
Part of longer-term strategy
In the latest of a new series of interviews with some of the industry's key Investment Influencers, Investment Week talks to Fidelity Solutions' Nick Peters.
In this month's video, Fidelity Solutions investment director Sean Molony talks to managers Kevin O'Nolan and Nick Peters about the latest market developments.
Sector recovery continues
Today is the fifth anniversary of the Bank of England's historic rate cut to 0.5%, with income stocks having enjoyed huge inflows following aggressive monetary policy, but which still look attractive?
New data has shown equity funds have been impacted to a far greater extent than bond funds in terms of price following the move to unbundle product fees.
Fidelity Worldwide Investments has launched an Emerging Markets Inflation Linked Bond fund for Andrew Weir.
Fidelity's Anthony Bolton has warned China's property sector faces major headwinds in the second half of 2011.
Fidelity International has launched a long/short fund for Aruna Karunathilake after expanding its Fidelity Active Strategy (FAST) range.
We are only two months into the New Year and many forecasters have torn up their predictions for 2011.
The latest inflation figures, showing CPI reached 4% in January, has sparked speculation on higher interest rates and the impact on the UK economy.
Fund managers are split on what the unexpected contraction in UK growth means for the future of the economic recovery.
Fidelity's Sam Morse is taking over management of the group's European Values trust, replacing Sudipto Banerji.
Anthony Bolton's Fidelity China Special Situations trust is set to issue new shares to investors in the New Year.