TwentyFour Asset Management is moving to stem flows in to its Dynamic Bond fund as assets approach £750m, Investment Week can reveal.
Swiss firm Vontobel is to acquire a majority stake in TwentyFour Asset Management, a deal which will eventually see it take full ownership of the firm.
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Twentyfour Asset Management has hired Pierre Beniguel as a new portfolio manager for its credit team.
The TwentyFour Select Monthly Income trust has met its minimum fundraising target despite an increasingly difficult market for trust IPOs.
TwentyFour Asset Management is in the process of setting up a new closed-ended fixed income fund to take advantage of opportunities in less liquid parts of the bond market.
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Fixed income specialist TwentyFour Asset Management, which launched in 2008, has spent the last five years building up its reputation - and its assets - in the highly competitive bond space.
TwentyFour Asset Management has raised £55m for its TwentyFour Income fund, more than the firm had targeted, after strong investor demand.
A widely-predicted spate of fund mergers and consolidations has failed to materialise this year, with the number of funds being merged or closed dropping substantially.
Wealth managers have been adding floating rate funds to portfolios as they seek more flexible alternatives to short duration bond offerings.
TwentyFour Asset Management has been appointed to run a new fixed income credit mandate for Aviva Investors' multi-manager team.