Tineke Frikkee, manager of the Smith & Williamson UK Equity Income fund, says careful stock selection will be even more important in 2016.
Investment Week asks managers where they believe the best opportunities and key risks lie in the forthcoming 12 months.
With the results of a referendum on UK membership of the European Union too close to call, we ask investment professionals for their views on the impact of a potential 'No' vote.
In the second of a two-part series, fund managers reveal how global central bank decisions are impacting investors and their strategies.
Lynas retires after 25 years
Former Aviva chief executive Keith Jones has joined the board of Smith & Williamson as a non-executive director.
Smith and Williamson's James Burns has said that value is beginning to re-emerge in the investment trust sector, after discounts significantly narrowed at the end of last year.
With many asset classes overvalued and volatility increasing, James Burns, head of multi-manager at Smith and Williamson, explains why he has turned to a global macro hedge fund for portfolio protection
Former Signia Wealth director Ollie Murray has joined Smith & Williamson as an associate director in its investment management business.
Smith & Williamson has hired two former co-leads of global equities at Pictet to take over its American trust as Tana Focke retires after 20 years at the helm.
Which sectors are ripe for consolidation?
Canaccord Genuity's Lucy Mitchell has joined Smith & Williamson as an associate director tasked with developing its discretionary proposition.
Why S&W is 'building not buying'
Falling oil prices have been a boon to consumers and managers should be exposed to rising discretionary spending, explains Smith & Williamson's Mark Boucher.
Smith & Williamson's Tineke Frikkee is backing oil producers and miners, as global uncertainty creates value opportunities in the sector.
Gold miners to shine again?
Hargreaves Lansdown has selected Smith & Williamson and Brooks Macdonald as its preferred partners for bespoke discretionary asset management services.
Nick Marshall has left Smith & Williamson Investment Management after the firm overhauled its portfolio strategy recently.
Former JPMAM and Gartmore bond manager John Anderson has joined Smith & Williamson Investment Management.
Smith & Williamson Investment Management has promoted Mickey Morrissey to the role of head of distribution for pooled funds and discretionary fund management business.
Smith & Williamson has launched an emerging markets value fund, to be managed by Richard McGrath.
Smith & Williamson and Pictet Asset Management are both to cut annual management charges (AMCs) on a variety of funds as part of an overhaul of clean pricing strategies.