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.
'Increasingly important asset class'
Follows retirement of Invesco's Mark Armour
2016 model portfolio underperformed benchmark
Fundsmith tops the list
Extension of multi-asset offering
UK equity market faces 'several challenges'
Rewarding younger talent
Quick-fire interview with Invesco Perpetual CIO: Stand-out sectors and getting ahead of the big equity rotation
Nick Mustoe, CIO of Invesco Perpetual, talks to editor Katrina Lloyd about multi-year valuation opportunities for cyclical names, and the particular attractions of oil companies and banks.
Research from Tilney Bestinvest
Growing team and AUM
Jeremy Beckwith analyses the largest funds in the AR sector
Stocks with innovative business models have done well
State-owned sector an issue
Six fund managers reveal the long-term trends driving their strategies, and the positions that have worked well for their portfolios this year, as well as the sectors they have avoided
Best ideas from host countries since 1980
Six managers reveal top ideas
Well known from time at Invesco Perpetual
M&G and Aberdeen top the table
As the yen continues to strengthen, Invesco Perpetual's head of Japanese equities Paul Chesson asks if it is nearing the endgame for Japan or if the central bank could make yet another move to strengthen the country's stalled economy.
Aims to deliver an 'index-like experience'
Sterling at lowest since 1980s
Long-term growth potential is key
Spent 20 years at Invesco Perpetual