Aegon-owned investment manager
Kames Capital is a specialist investment management business based in Edinburgh and London and owned by Aegon. Its UK and international clients include wealth managers, financial advisers, family offices, pension funds, financial institutions, government agencies and individuals. Kames Capital's heritage dates back to 1831, when the Scottish Equitable Life Assurance Society was founded. It currently has £44.2bn in AUM (as of 31 December 2017).
£43.9bn assets under management in 'dog fund'
2020 could be momentous for the UK index linked gilt market – and not in a good way.
To cover south east England
Looking back at the most high-profile transfers
New year, new start for former Kames Capital manager
Integrating European and US businesses
Driven by hopes of Brexit resolution
'Value for money'
Margins of safety can be thin at worst of times
Most fixed income has performed well in 2019 aided by the change in outlook from many central banks around the world and the gross redemption yield (GRY) on many bonds have fallen to very low or negative levels.
Defunct fund's maintenance fees totalled over £184,000 a day
Dispelling falsehoods on ESG investing
Strengthening Simon Hillenbrand's team
Argentinian 100-year bonds down 30% over last week
How will the industry fare under his premiership?
Clouds of Brexit and trade wars still hang over investors
Square Mile’s series of informal interviews
Bond fund range set to grow
Bigger steps towards tackling climate change, experts argue
Eleanor Price also joins team
Boring Money consumer survey
Main register for fund transactions
Investment Conundrums: Kames Capital CIO Stephen Jones on shifting portfolios to a 'resolutely neutral' view
Redressing balance amid slowing growth and fragile economy
Equity markets everywhere look 'reasonably placed'