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Ruffer has reported substantial rises in its funds under management, revenues and profits despite a tough year for some of its managers.
Citywire + rated Mark Urquhart is to step down as manager of the £242 million Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust, with Baillie Gifford proposing AA-rated John MacDougall and small-cap star Douglas Brodie as his replacements.
The economy of 2013 is closer to mid-market prosecco than the premier cru of pre-2007 but is nonetheless full of bubbles – and will still come with a hangover, Ruffer has warned
Baring Asset Management has hired Citywire A-rated Duncan Goodwin to run its Global Resources fund, Wealth Manager can exclusively reveal.
After a decent performance run, SVM's Citywire A-rated Neil Veitch looks ahead to next year and highlights three of his best ideas in this exclusive article for Wealth Manager.
Mark Lynam is probably not a name familiar to many retail fund buyers but the VT ICF Absolute Return fund he co-manages with Jeremy Suffield has delivered almost three times the sector average return over three years.
Legal & General Investment Management has confirmed that fixed income manager Michel Canoy will leave the firm next month.
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.
The £1 billion Monks Investment Trust has reported a strong half-year after a disappointing spell.
The PIMCO bond veteran says investors are wrongly being pushed to riskier assets in the belief of perpetually supportive policy rates.
In price terms, Francis Brooke's trust is the worst performing fund in its sector over the past year and third worst over three years.
Investec Asset Management has launched two specialist bond funds targeting local currency bond opportunities in Asia and the emerging markets.
M&G has appointed Claudia Calich as manager of the M&G Emerging Markets Bond fund, with Mike Riddell stepping back to focus on other products.
New York-based Pzena and Connecticut firm Tweedy Brown have replaced Thomas White International and Southeastern Asset Management on two global equity mandates worth £190 million.
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