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.
Investment trust analysts have called for the merger of two of Mark Barnett's trusts after it was announced the manager would take on the running of the £1.1bn Edinburgh portfolio.
Neil Woodford will be assisted in his new venture at Oakley Capital Management by Nick Hamilton, formerly a head of product at Invesco Perpetual.
Since the news Neil Woodford is leaving Invesco Perpetual next year, investors have been prompted to review their asset allocation in the equity income space.
Invesco Perpetual has implemented a dilution adjustment to the price of Neil Woodford's Income and High Income funds, moving to bid pricing on both portfolios after a recent surge in outflows.
Invesco Perpetual has revealed outflows from Neil Woodford's Income and High Income funds since he announced his departure have been around the £1bn mark.
In a way, the departure of Neil Woodford from Invesco Perpetual was a strangely subdued affair. I feel slightly cheated.
There was really only one story grabbing the headlines in the retail financial services world this week - the surprise exit of the most famous investor in the UK, Invesco Perpetual's Neil Woodford.
Invesco Perpetual's Neil Woodford is backing the Thomas Cook turnaround story, Investment Week can reveal, and has bought his first FTSE 100 financial since the crisis.
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Invesco Perpetual is preparing to roll out its answer to Standard Life Investments' GARS fund with the trio of managers it poached from the group.
M&G Investments has regained its number one position on the Pridham fund sales list, knocking BlackRock off the top spot.
Invesco Perpetual's Neil Woodford is considering snapping up shares in Lloyds Banking Group when the government begins selling its stake, according to reports which the fund group has denied.
UK equity income funds are nearing single stock limits on key holdings, causing concentration risk fears to mount, but which funds are taking the biggest bets?
Invesco Perpetual's Neil Woodford has been awarded a CBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.
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A look at what might be on the regulatory horizon for wealth managers was a story which caught our readers' attention this week.
Invesco Perpetual is adding two new managers to its Pacific fund to assist lead manager Stuart Parks.
Neil Woodford, manager of Invesco Perpetual's £20bn Income fund range, has become more cautious on UK equities after a strong six-month showing from the FTSE 100.
Investment trust sector sees an increase in number of boards implementing discount control mechanisms.
Skandia has stepped up the pressure on peers in the platform space after moving to undercut competitors on key funds including Neil Woodford's Invesco Perpetual Income and High Income funds.
Invesco Perpetual pressured the veteran chairman of road haulage company Stobart to step down as the company's share price has struggled to perform, according to reports.
Invesco Perpetual has handed top-performing UK manager Stephen Anness its Global Opportunities fund as part of a reshuffle of its equities division.
Skandia has agreed terms with Artemis and Invesco Perpetual to add its funds to its restricted panel launching next year.