Equities and fixed income
Invesco Perpetual, based in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, is one of the largest investment managers in the UK. It is best known as a manager of equities and fixed income, but added multi-asset investment capability in 2013. The group is the UK arm of parent company Invesco, headquartered in the US city of Atlanta.
The group has more than 750 investment professionals serving international clients from offices in 20 countries. Invesco Perpetual was founded in 1973 by Sir Martyn Arbib as Perpetual. In 2000, the company became a member of the AMVESCAP Group, later renamed Invesco Ltd in 2008.
Since 2014, Invesco Perpetual has been a partner of the Investment20/20 initiative, created to promote and increase diversity in the fund management industry.
Chinese internet companies seen stellar earnings expansion
Ex-BlackRock Hoctor-Duncan steps down from board
Alongside head of EMs Newman
Tessa Thomson starts in June
Follows retirement of Invesco's Mark Armour
Both funds in the top traded lists
Banks forced to scale back role
An investment trust which has captured the imagination of many of the country's leading fund managers is preparing to raise money from investors for the second time this year.
Stuart Parks, head of Asian equities at Invesco Perpetual, explains why despite China's strong equity market gains in recent months, investors may be too optimistic on other Asian countries
Woodford Investment Management, Ruffer, Sarasin and Invesco are among the groups backing a new share placing by Oakley Capital's private equity trust.
Invesco Perpetual has promoted Asad Bhatti to join Paul Causer and Paul Read in managing the firm's high yield fund.
Like Investment Week, the fixed interest team at Invesco Perpetual is celebrating 20 years since they began to manage money. Here, the group's fixed interest team give an overview of running a bond fund through two decades of change.
From fee reductions and discount management, to more board scrutiny. Jeremy Beckwith, director of manager research at Morningstar, analyses the changing story behind investment trusts in 2014.
Woodford Investment Management has brought in a new head of operations after the departure of two senior executives less than a year after the business launched.
Giles Hargreave has been ranked number one in a report by Tilney Bestinvest looking to identify the top 100 equity fund managers in the UK.
UK Equity Income
Former Apollo partner Tom McGrath has joined Caplain Capital to take the role of chief investment officer.
Invesco Perpetual is taking steps to work more closely with discretionary firms and wealth managers after restructuring its sales team.
Mark Barnett has cut some of former manager Neil Woodford's favourite holdings in the £1.4bn Edinburgh investment trust, adding 14 new stocks since the beginning of the year.
Cofunds is set to list Neil Woodford's equity income fund next month, but will not offer advisers access to the manager's discounted share class.
Invesco Perpetual's US parent company Invesco saw its shares slide yesterday after the group lost a significant mandate to exiting head of investment Neil Woodford.
Invesco Perpetual has made a major change to its charging structure across its range of funds, scrapping the annual management charge in favour of a single charge which encompasses all costs.
Neil Woodford is to use a three-week offer period to launch a new UK equity income fund when he joins Oakley Capital this May.