Looking back at our flagship ceremony over the years
Most successful managers take a trip down memory lane
quality growth equity and long-duration bonds dominate
In line with adviser feedback
The multi-manager structure as we know it today - free of capital gains tax (CGT) for the buying and selling of funds within the wrapper and free of VAT - is 50 years old next year.
For CASCAID and Cancer Research UK
Challenge for CASCAID
IW launches Managers to Watch series
The IA Japan sector is home to the most consistent fund performers over the past three years, according to the latest research by F&C's multi-manager team.
Why we are dipping our toes back into EMs
Ratings agency FundCalibre has added six funds to its Elite Rating list after its inaugural investment committee meeting earlier this month.
F&C multi-manager Rob Burdett has warned mainstream property funds are holding too much cash following a surge in inflows, making the sector unattractive.
F&C Investments has hired ex-Aberdeen manager Scott Spencer to work on its multi-manager team, reuniting him with Gary Potter and Rob Burdett.
As 2011 draws to a close, now is as good a time as any to reflect on what has been another extraordinary year in global economic and political history and one which saw volatility return to markets once more amid whispers of a new credit crunch.
The credit crunch is now more than three years old. The chaos of 2008, the rushed policy responses and bank capital injections and the subsequent cyclical bounce have been followed by regular jolts to investor confidence, not least the one that gripped...
Falling share prices are current news, but over the past two years the big issue for new investors is perhaps a different one: that of large falls in yields.
Shareholders in F&C's multi-manager funds have voted to merge with the Thames River Multi-Capital range run by Rob Burdett and Gary Potter.
Thames River multi-managers Gary Potter and Rob Burdett are set to become one of the first investors in Nick Purves and Ian Lance's new RWC income products.
Thames River's multi-manager team has reached £500m of assets under management and is adding 20 new IFA firms a month to its client list.