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The ‘curry effect’
Schroders' multi-manager Marcus Brookes has underperformed this year across his Multi-Manager Diversity strategies, but says his investment thesis will be proved correct in time.
The Investment Management Association (IMA) is failing to represent the interests of active fund managers, according to Richard Romer-Lee.
Is a crisis engulfing the eurozone’s core?
Tom Walker and Hugo Machin, managers of the Schroder Global Real Estate Investment Trust, explain how the need for liquidity is changing how, and where, funds invest in the property sector.
Former Schroders manager Julie Dean is to join former Cazenove colleagues Chris Rice and Tim Russell at Sanditon Asset Management.
Renewed dollar strength has led forecasters to predict a tougher time for sterling in the coming months, despite a small relief rally last week as Scotland opted against independence. Which funds could benefit?
Online wealth manager Nutmeg is aiming to treble its user base in the coming months as it seeks to get up to scale after posting a loss for 2013.
Scotland's fund industry is lining up tax and legal specialists ahead of the independence referendum, as some predict continuing uncertainty whatever the result.
The FTSE 100 opened down slightly in early trading, with a host of financial stocks leading the fallers.
Former Financial Services Authority director Sheila Nicoll has joined Schroders as head of public policy.
Schroders' Andy Brough has sold his entire holding in Sports Direct, exiting one of his longest and highest-conviction holdings.
Schroders is to launch a merger-arbitrage strategy run by hedge fund veteran John Paulson.
Hargreaves Lansdown has revealed the exact details of its new clean pricing deals from leading fund groups including M&G, Newton and Schroders.
Julie Dean's best-selling Cazenove UK Opportunities fund helped Schroders top the Q4 net sales table, according to the latest edition of the Pridham Report.
Schroders is to streamline its multi-manager range following the takeover of Cazenove last year, with a number of portfolios to be merged away.
Total expense ratios (TERs) of 240bps for a combination of adviser fees, discretionary management charges, platform costs and fund manager fees are 'unsustainable' and will likely be driven down, according to Schroders head of UK intermediary Robin Stoakley....
Schroders has hard-closed Paul Marriage's Cazenove UK Smaller Companies fund following a wave of inflows into the product which saw it breach the £1bn mark.
Sales of equity funds are on track to reach their highest level since 2000, with net sales of £8bn in the first nine months of 2013.
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Schroders head of global and international equities Virginie Maisonneuve is to exit the group to join PIMCO.
Guinness Asset Management is eyeing the launch of a range of new funds for UK investors by the end of the year, including a mirror version of its US-domiciled Global Innovators portfolio.
Every fund experiences periods of underperformance from time to time, but which out of favour fund managers could be about to turn things around?