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Ed Heaven, a portfolio manager at Standard Life Wealth in London, is to join Montanaro Asset Management later this year.
Data from Citywire Discovery reveal the very few managers adding value in the European small and mid-cap space.
High turnover in the asset management industry has caused Meadows to take a second look at where he invests.
Giles Hargreave is stepping down as chief executive of Hargreave Hale to focus on running money.
AXA Investment Managers has shut its Sterling Gilt fund, attributing the decision to the plummeting yields available from UK sovereign debt.
A mirror version of the Artemis Strategic Bond fund run for Skandia is to be closed, with the assets transferred into an Old Mutual product.
Santander Asset Management has hired a former senior manager from Schroders.
Two of Investec’s more esoteric fund names are to be dropped in a rebranding exercise.
Sanlam Private PI's study has seen a number of changes over the last six months, with several new additions to its black and white lists.
UK GDP rose 0.8% in the second quarter of the year or 3.1% over the last 12 months according to the first estimate of growth
Almost £200 million has been withdrawn from Miton’s Multi-Asset funds during six months which included the departure of former manager Martin Gray and replacement by David Jane
Dan Nickols, manager of the Old Mutual UK Smaller Companies fund, has blamed small-cap tourists for the sector’s recent weakness.
Brown Shipley is planning to revamp its suite of funds later this year in a process that will include the launch of two new products.
Henderson International Income trust manager Ben Lofthouse shares his thoughts on recent developments in the tobacco sector in this video.
John Yakas and Nick Brind, managers of the £184 million Polar Capital Global Financials trust, have argued that banks will soon have to begin returning capital to shareholders.
Neil Woodford, the best UK investor of his generation, has taken a big chunk of biotech minnow Synairgen
Edmund Salveson spent eight years at Brewin Dolphin.
David Taylor took a stake in Jupiter this month overlooked his reluctance to back IPOs to buy an interest in River and Mercantile.
Aidan Kearney has become the latest manager to leave the combined business.
Citywire A-rated Leigh Himsworth is to quit City Financial and join Fidelity.
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