Hires in ABS and unconstrained teams
Follows Italy's Atlante fund
Last month's paper on corporate bonds
Bondholders liable for Novo Banco's troubles
'Liquidity improved' claims at odds with managers
Celebrating three-year anniversary
Reducing fund duplication
Steering clear of energy sector
The legacy of Bowie Bonds
Firm now has 13 portfolio managers
Potential mandate changes
Corporate bond 'eBay' could help
Will allow more access to European ABS
To launch on 2 November
Investors want short duration
Independent groups' AUMs soar
Extension of existing strategy
Flexible investment mandate
FE Trustnet's Joshua Ausden asks whether discount control mechanisms (DCMs) are really all they are cracked up to be.
How bond managers are positioned for rest of 2015
Fixed income managers have expressed concerns over a new initiative to boost shrinking liquidity in bond markets, fearing the inclusion of 15 banks will cause price swings in the market.
TwentyFour Asset Management's UK Mortgages investment trust has raised £250m during its initial public offering.
Fixed income manager Chris Bowie believes the impact on businesses from uncertainty surrounding the EU referendum and a potential Scottish vote is being underestimated by the market.
TwentyFour Asset Management is launching a UK Mortgages investment trust for Ben Hayward (pictured) and Douglas Charleston in a further expansion of its closed-ended range.