Citywire Rated Fund Managers
Our guide to the best fund managers
Citywire is the only firm to exclusively rate managers, not funds. This is because we strongly believe the most important consideration when selecting an actively managed fund is the track record of the manager running the money.
In our monthly data crunch, Citywire analyst Nisha Long highlights those fund managers rewarding investors with some fine performance.
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St James’s Place has shut its portfolios run by First State’s Jonathan Asante and JO Hambro’s John Wood to new money.
Following in the footsteps of a great manager can be a tough task, as David Moyes' experience at Manchester United shows.
UBS Wealth duo on backing European equities, a key beneficiary of a weaker euro
Invesco Perpetual's AAA-rated Mark Barnett shares his thoughts on a variety of sectors as well as the outlook for the market in general.
Citywire + rated Stuart Rhodes is concerned about US valuations and has started to see some compelling opportunities in emerging markets after the sell off.
We can confirm a star-studded line up for our annual event in Turnberry running on 19-20 June.
Mark Drew joins forces with Citywire A-rated Stephen Thariyan at Henderson.
European equity manager Kenneth Nicholson has brought the curtain down on a 13-year career with the firm.
As director of client solutions Mark Versey wil play a key role in delivering Aviva Investors' chief executive Euan Munro strategy for the firm.
Has buying stock in the listed wealth managers become too crowded a trade?
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.
Ravenscroft Stockbroking & Investment Management is seeking investors’ permission to amend its Huntress Global Growth fund of funds to clarify its bond exposure.
Citywire AA-rated managers James Lowen and Clive Beagles believe ‘anti-capitalist’ rhetoric is a major concern a year out from a general election.
Data from Citywire Discovery suggest that investors in the Mixed Assets - Absolute Return sector prefer known entities to top performers.
Hideo Shiozumi, the Citywire AAA-rated manager of the £248 million Legg Mason Japan Equity fund, has claimed that Japan is only in the second year of a four-year bull market.
Buy lists risk preventing wealth managers from acting opportunistically on trust discounts.
Where are leading managers finding the balance between risk and yield?
Fidelity’s Citywire AA-rated UK equity star Alex Wright has cut his holding in beleaguered Phoenix Group
Montanaro has reduced the charges on its European Smaller Companies trust, and also repositioned its open-ended Equity Income fund to focus on the UK.
Schroders has cut its management fees on Citywire A-rated Andrew Rose's £183 million Japan Growth investment trust.
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