Fund to be launched in Q2 2017
Fund launched last month
Despite difficult economic backdrop
Woodford Patient Capital among losers
For subsidiary RARE
Response to demand
Questions Chancellor's approach
Runs real assets fund
Rising rates also a boost
Changing demographics in developed nations, a growing demand for both digital and physical infrastructure, and renewed interest in good corporate behaviour are set to rule 2016 and beyond.
Available on all platforms at launch
The Paris Climate Agreement, struck last month, changes the lens through which governments, companies and investors view the future. Bruce Jenkyn-Jones, head of listed equities at Impax Asset Management, analyses the agreement's impact on investment....
Firms rallied after Autumn Statement
Taking advantage of 'dynamic' industries
The ASEAN region is a relatively unloved one at the moment due to a host of factors, including an investor preference for North Asia and weak domestic earnings.
Julian Mayo, co-CIO of Charlemagne Capital, examines the evolution of China's economic development.
The message at this stage of the economic cycle, or any stage, is 'buyer beware'.
Despite the negative sentiment and a rise in risks, the fundamentals of Asia are better positioned to withstand an external shock than other EM regions, according to Jade Fu, investment manager at Heartwood Investment Management
Domestic stocks counter global uncertainty
The Volkswagen scandal is only the latest in a long line of auto failures, according to Esmé van Herwijnen, SRI analyst at EdenTree Investment Management
Rewind to May 2014 and Indian equity markets were in a state of euphoria following Modi's stunning election victory, built on the promise of a strong reform agenda.
Caspar Rock, manager of the Architas Diversified Real Assets fund, tells Investment Week how even amid a volatile backdrop, real asset funds can still deliver yield and suffer far less than equities
The number of investors allocating to ‘new' alternatives such as infrastructure and private debt is on the rise, according to the Preqin Global Alternatives Report.