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A fund launched two years ago for Evy Hambro to invest in small-cap miners has been closed after failing to attract sufficient assets.
The EDHEC-Risk Institute’s latest survey of European investors in ETFs has revealed that the popularity of hedge fund products in the space has simultaneously jumped and slumped.
The search for income has drawn Jupiter chief investment officer John Chatfeild-Roberts to the asset class after a lengthy absence.
SocGen's Peter Haynes on taking profits on US positions and moving into Europe.
Citywire Discovery reveals the winners and losers after a year of big change in the UK All Companies sector, which saw one of its stars, Richard Buxton, change jobs.
The £435 million Utilico Emerging Markets investment trust is hoping to raise debt by issuing its own bonds, rather than borrowing from a bank.
Kames head of fixed income David Roberts has upped conviction in the core trade he believes will benefit as the US Federal Reserve tightens rates
Steve Russell and Hamish Baillie, managers of the £317 million Ruffer investment trust, have argued that the case for Japanese equities has not been dented by the country’s consumption tax hike this month.
Old Mutual hopes to award Neil Woodford with a chunk of its WealthSelect portfolio
Increased verbiage is not much help for investors
Brevan Howard has proposed amending the investment policy of its £388 million BH Global feeder fund in order to cut its costs.
Robert Howell has left the firm to pursue opportunities outside of the industry.
Data from Citywire Discovery suggest that investors in the Mixed Assets - Absolute Return sector prefer known entities to top performers.
The £236 million Starwood European Real Estate Finance fund is looking to broaden its mandate in an effort to become fully invested.
Buy lists risk preventing wealth managers from acting opportunistically on trust discounts.
First State Investments has reduced the fees on five of its funds from 0.85% to 0.75%.
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