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.
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Invesco has named Westhouse Securities as the sole financial adviser and broker to its Income Growth Trust.
Fund managers have backed Italian banks to continue driving European equities higher this year, aided by a more supportive macro backdrop and beneficial domestic reforms.
Nine of the world's biggest fund managers are preparing to set up their own 'dark pool' for equity trading in an effort to avoid interference from high frequency traders.
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The Invesco Perpetual Select trust, managed by Mark Barnett and Nick Mustoe, has cut upfront and performance fees in the latest sign of price pressure in the closed-ended space.
Invesco Pereptual's chief economist John Greenwood has sounded a warning on the Eurozone, predicting GDP and inflation will both undershoot their already low targets.
ETF provider Invesco PowerShares has appointed Bryon Lake as head of EMEA for the business.
Invesco CEO Martin Flanagan has played down analyst concerns over further UK equity income outflows as former employee Neil Woodford prepares to launch his own fund.
Brewin Dolphin's head of fund research, Ben Gutteridge, explains how the firm has handled the industry's recent spate of star fund manager departures.
Hargreaves Lansdown has revealed the exact details of its new clean pricing deals from leading fund groups including M&G, Newton and Schroders.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is investigating the US-based parent group of UK fund giant Invesco Perpetual over its past compliance with the regulator's rules.
Neil Woodford is to use a three-week offer period to launch a new UK equity income fund when he joins Oakley Capital this May.
Craig Newman, ex-sales director at Invesco Perpetual, has moved Oakley Capital to work alongside fund manager Neil Woodford.
Invesco has sold almost 17 million shares in the Macau Property Opportunities fund in the latest disposal of stock held by Neil Woodford's Income funds.
M&G has handed Mike Riddell's Emerging Markets Bond fund to former Invesco Perpetual manager Claudia Calich.
Shares in the Edinburgh investment trust were selling off this afternoon after the shock news Neil Woodford will be leaving Invesco Perpetual in April.
Neil Woodford is to leave Invesco Perpetual next April to set up his own business, the group has announced.