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.
OCF of 0.65%
Joining up over £13.8bn of assets
Trust analysts praise 'outbreak of sanity' as IP Enhanced Income board reappoints Invesco as manager
Follows months of negotiations
Added to MSCI Emerging Markets index
Investment is a balance between cost and return
Past two years 'disappointing'
TER of 0.50%
Previously owned by European private equity investor
'Clearly out of line'
TERs of 0.12% and 0.10%
12 months' notice
Alliance Trust Savings tops lists
Letter to economic secretary John Glen
Difficulty in finding attractively priced bonds
Acquired Powershares in 2006
Misselbrook stepping down after four years
EM trusts also show strong performance
Concerned about lack of investor understanding
Becomes fourth largest global ETF provider
Ceremony on 22 November
Invesco's Head of European Equities Jeff Taylor and Fund Manager Stephanie Butcher consider key issues affecting investors in Europe.