Hardeep Tawakley takes a closer look at the evolution of specialist funds and speaks to buyers about their favourite offerings.
Iimpact of prolonged low oil price
Also hires former Schroders quant manager
Tech-heavy Nasdaq up 10% last year
Asia ex Japan index underperforms for three years
With the US entering a new rate cycle and global growth still weak, industry experts at Investment Week's recent Funds To Watch event reveal how they think markets will perform in the coming 12 months, and where the key opportunities and risks lie.
Six of the biggest tech stocks
Countries in South East Asia have seen widely disparate economic performances in 2015 so far - are politics to blame?
Oliver Bell, manager of T. Rowe Price's Middle East & Africa Equity and Frontier Markets Equity funds, explores the myriad investment opportunities open to the West following the landmark nuclear deal.
Managers' best ideas from across the globe
T Rowe Price's Luis Faňanas has joined J.O. Hambro Capital Management ahead of the launch of a new European Concentrated Value fund later this month.
T. Rowe Price has appointed the former head of retail at F&C as head of intermediary relationship management, UK and Ireland.
Spotlight on: Asia’s banking sector
Mike Della Vedova, manager of the T. Rowe Price European High Yield Bond fund, analyses the asset classes to choose from when investing in a challenging fixed income cycle.
With the banking sector reporting mixed first quarter results, which groups are still worth holding on to?
Part II: Is peripheral Europe overvalued?
As we head towards the end of the year the industry begins to focus on tax-efficient planning and the amount of ‘subsidy' given in tax breaks comes back in the firing line.
T Rowe Price's European equity manager Dean Tenerelli said he is finding attractive entry points into stocks linked to the domestic economy in Continental Europe.
Lawrence Gosling, founding editor of Investment Week, looks at what impact regulation - driven by the RDR - is going to have on the fund management industry.