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.
MAM Funds' Simon Callow has been adding risk back into his £190m CF Midas Balanced Growth fund over the last quarter as policymakers work to steer the eurozone into recovery mode.
Invesco Perpetual, BAE Systems' largest shareholder, will today publicly announce opposition to a proposed merger with aerospace group EADS, according to reports.
Invesco Perpetual's co-head of fixed income Paul Read has told investors he would cap the £5.7bn Corporate Bond fund if large inflows combined with low liquidity in the market caused performance to suffer.
High street retailer JJB Sports is set to announce it is calling in administrators, according to a report by Sky News.
In the wake of the financial crisis, Invesco's Ciaran Mallon adopted a new mantra: invest in quality. Here, he explains what to look for in a company and highlights some outstanding examples in his Income Growth Trust
Invesco Perpetual is hoping to match the success of its £15bn fixed income range with the launch of its upcoming multi-asset arm, following the hire of three managers from Standard Life Investments' GARS team.
M&G became the UK's largest asset manager by AUM in the first quarter of the year, knocking rival Invesco Perpetual off the top spot, according to the latest Pridham report, published by Fundscape.
S&P Capital IQ has revealed its pick of the best funds with a decade-long track record, as it introduces a new 10-year grading system.
Neil Woodford's love of pharmaceutical companies has been well publicised over the past few years, but the income investor has been particularly excited about the prospects of a company using pieces of pig to regrow human tissue.
UK equity income stalwart Neil Woodford has argued further quantitative easing measures in the UK may be stifled by a sharp rise in the oil price.
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Invesco Perpetual's Paul Chesson has admitted to some "errors of judgement" which have caused his £289m Japan fund to underperform for the past 18 months.
Invesco Perpetual is launching a Global Financial Capital fund, managed by co-heads of fixed income Paul Causer and Paul Read alongside CIO Nick Mustoe, to tap into long term structural reform of the financials sector.
Invesco Perpetual's Paul Causer and Paul Read have admitted banking exposure has hurt the performance of their £334m Tactical Bond fund, but are sticking with the positions.
Invesco Perpetual fund manager, Jonathan Brown, on why he expects a pick up in M&A activity in the smaller companies sector next year.
Newton's Simon Laing has joined Invesco Perpetual as head of US equity fund management.
Paul Read and Paul Causer's £130m City Merchants High Yield trust is considering moving offshore for tax reasons, despite imminent rule changes designed to improve the competitiveness of the UK as a domicile.
Zimbabwean investment company Masawara, which is backed by Neil Woodford in the £18.6bn Invesco Perpetual income funds, has raised $50m towards its capital target since IPO last year.
Income stars such as Neil Woodford and Bill Mott are set for boosts to their portfolios as AstraZeneca jumped over 3% this morning following the approval of a drug the pharma giant pinned $2bn of future sales.
Invesco Perpetual's Paul Causer and Paul Read have allocated nearly a quarter of their £398m Tactical Bond fund to Spanish and Italian bonds in the view the countries are "too big to fail".
Generalist investment trusts failing to attract investors as macroeconomic headwinds grow.