Global investment management company
Invesco is one of the world's largest global investment management companies, and the parent of its UK operation Invesco Perpetual.
It manages more than $963.3bn in assets on behalf of clients worldwide (as of 30 June 2018); has specialised investment teams managing investments across a comprehensive range of asset classes, investment styles and geographies; and nearly 7,000 employees focused on client needs across the globe.
It is also active in promoting diversity within the workplace - the Invesco Women's Network was created in 2010 with the aim of enhancing the company's ability to attract, retain, develop and advance women at all levels and across all functions within Invesco.
Four funds rejoining IA UK Equity Income
Funds with a minimum five year track record
Management fees also changed
Co-manager alongside Adrian Bignell
Montanaro looking to re-join income sector
Franklin Templeton and Invesco have lost their spots in the list of the top ten largest fund groups by assets under management in European-domiciled funds in 2016.
Managers: 'The global outlook is improving, with recent economic data in Asia surprising positively'
Views from IW Asia Briefing
Left Schroders last August
Extension of multi-asset offering
Sell-off in bond market following US Election result
Reporting to head of fixed income Johnson
FE report reveals key trends
Attractive entry points
Markets could face "global shock"
Delegates at Investment Week's regional briefings in Edinburgh and Manchester heard from a number of global equity income fund managers who discussed the stock and sector tailwinds boosting their portfolios in 2016 and the risks challenging their investment...
Replacements to be announced
Research analyst also appointed
As more established 'dividend heroes', including the giant Foreign & Colonial and Witan investment trusts, report rising dividends for more than 40 consecutive years, the Association of Investment Companies (AIC) has identified the up-and-coming funds...
In the second part of this special Big Question, managers assess the risks and rewards of investing in this sector in the current climate.
Effective from 1 March
Regional breakfast briefing
All the latest launches
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