Original proposals would lead to over optimistic outcomes
Favoured funds for March
UK Smaller Companies most consistent sector
As the Evenlode Income fund celebrates its seventh anniversary, fund manager Hugh Yarrow highlights the best performing stocks from its portfolio.
Amid challenging market conditions
Fee restructures, a rise in fund closures and success for smaller managers are among the predicted themes for the hedge fund industry in 2017, according to consultancy Agecroft Partners.
Jeremy Beckwith analyses the largest funds in the AR sector
Previously 22 November
Worst performance since Lehmans
'Unloved' sector picking up
Tough 12 months
Similarities and differences
Largest IA funds surpass £15bn each
Impact of digital technology and price pressures
The AIC's Nick Britton analyses the reasons behind the record amounts raised by ITs so far this year
UK All Companies sector worst
When the FCA announced recently it was going to look into the issue of the soft-closing of funds I was tempted to say "better late than never".
Argonaut CEO, Barry Norris, argues many funds within the IA Targeted Absolute Return sector are failing to deliver on both their risk/return and diversification aims.
Data shows closed-ended stronger over five years
Man Group saw $2.6bn of net outflows during the first half of the year, largely driven by redemptions from the group's long-only portfolios including GLG's Japan CoreAlpha strategy, but performance fees helped profits jump 89%.
The Investment Association (IA) has set out plans to identify a 'primary' share class for the purpose of comparing fund performance, as the number available to investors multiplies rapidly post-RDR.
The year investment trusts were brought back down to earth
F&C director of UK and European equities Peter Lees is to hand over his UK equity fund responsibilities as the group bids to turn around performance, Investment Week can reveal.
Fund managers should consider splitting funds when they reach a critical size, as Fidelity famously did back in the noughties, according to a study conducted by the Pensions Institute at Cass Business School.