An Investment Association review into fund trading and settlement has found the industry could be transformed if a body were introduced to enforce industry-wide common standards and best practice in this area.
Fixed income diversification is crucial in the current environment says LGIM’s Justin Onuekwusi, but it is not, in and of itself, enough.
BNY Mellon Investment Management announced the launch of the BNY Mellon Global Leaders Fund.
Columbia Threadneedle Investments has appointed Michelle Scrimgeour as chief executive officer, Europe, Middle East & Africa and CEO of Threadneedle Asset Management.
Old Mutual Global Investors’ CEO Richard Buxton believes the UK is unlikely to be a fertile stockpickers’ market in 2017, while admitting he would be encouraged to see a 10% equities correction.
Pioneer Investments’ global head of compliance Neil Donnelly is set to leave the firm after 14 years to join M&G Investments in the new year.
Charles Stanley has today announced the appointment of four directors to lead its newly-restructured private client investment team.
Legg Mason’s head of UK sales Adam Gent is leaving the business.
JPMorgan Chase, HSBC and Crédit Agricole have been hit with fines totalling €485m (£413m) by the European Commission for rigging Euribor rates.
Standard Life Investments’ suite of £10bn MyFolio funds has sold out of government bonds, both tactically and strategically amid diminishing yields.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney made reference to Karl Marx as he delivered a warning of a backlash against open markets, monetarism and globalisation.
Firms selling contract for difference products (CFDs) face a clampdown by the Financial Conduct Authority amid fears too many retail clients are incurring “large and unexpected losses”.
Morningstar Investment Management currently has between 15% and 25% cash across its range of managed portfolios.
While UK investors often prefer to invest in bricks and mortar funds, issues around illiquidity – as exemplified by the gating of funds following this summer’s EU referendum – has led to a resurgence in interest for Reits, particularly those with a global flavour.
European markets were largely unmoved on Monday morning despite the Italian electorate’s decision to reject Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's call for constitutional reform.
A relatively healthy 178,000 new jobs were added in the United States during November, further pushing the Federal Reserve towards acting to prevent the economy overheating.
Investment manager Pimco has been fined nearly $20m (£15.9m, €18.9m) by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for misleading investors about the performance of its actively managed Total Return ETF.
Amundi has hired Raphaël Sobotka as head of multi-asset for retail clients and Laurent Tignard as head of multi-asset for institutional clients.
British MPs have criticised HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) over its lack of scrutiny on whether tax reliefs are being used effectively, raising doubts about plans to digitise its services.
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