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Bestinvest senior fund researcher Mark Lane has left to take up a post with Standard Life Investments.
The JP Morgan Indian Investment Trust has made a number of concessions to shareholders as an activist investor has built a large stake in the fund.
John Chatfeild-Roberts' multi-manager team will run a range of multi-asset funds for Emirates NBD Asset Management after the firm entered a strategic alliance with Jupiter Asset Management.
Investec Asset Management has launched two specialist bond funds targeting local currency bond opportunities in Asia and the emerging markets.
Trust board also moves to issues shares to address persistent premium.
The £4.8 billion Skagen Kon-Tiki fund co-managed by A-rated Knut Harald Nilsson is proof that being massive doesn't hamper performance in emerging markets.
Super-funds are on the rise as fund selectors move from the many to the few.
Citywire A-rated manager Marcus Brookes, who runs more than £2 billion for Schroders, has warned of a likely market correction.
The bond powerhouse alters line-up overseeing mixed asset fund with Mohamed El-Erian taking more central role.
Andrew Gillan has ended his 13-year career with Aberdeen to head Henderson's $2.3 billion, 16-strong Asian equity team.
First State's Asia Pacific Leaders star duo are feeling confident about India after increasing their weighting to 17%.
The fund firm is to cut 6% of its workforce as it clears the decks for the arrival of new chief executive Euan Munro from Standard Life Investments at the start of next year.
Andy Morris, senior investment manager at James Brearley & Sons, explains why he has concerns about the FTSE's momentum.
In their rush to floating rate loans have investors ignored other viable rate hedge alternatives?
Investors in Neil Woodford's Income and High Income funds redeemed over £500 million since the star manager announced his departure in mid-October.
Dale Nicholls and Teera Chanpongsang have given an insight into their investment thinking as they prepare to replace two of the biggest names at Fidelity.
Two members of Neil Woodford’s team at Invesco Perpetual are to leave the firm, Wealth Manager can reveal.
Jacob de Tusch-Lec, the Citywire AA-rated manager of the Artemis Global Income fund, tells Wealth Manager how he's preparing for what comes next in Europe
The multi-manager team at Jupiter has added several new names to its Merlin portfolios, including two Citywire AAA-rated and one AA-rated UK equity income managers, and a AAA-rated European manager.
The board of Neil Woodford’s Edinburgh Investment Trust has hinted it could keep faith with Invesco Perpetual.
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