Specialist emerging and frontier markets manager East Capital is to launch a fund investing in socially responsible emerging market companies.
Fidelity International has launched the FIRST ESG All Country World Fund, which seeks out companies with a positive environmental, social and governance impact.
M&G has proposed transferring four UK-domiciled open-ended funds to its Luxembourg platform over fear and uncertainty surrounding the UK’s exit from the European Union.
Life insurer Old Mutual International has launched a new offshore bond in the UK aimed at savers caught out by cuts to the pension allowances.
A hub providing ‘impact investing’ research for advisers has launched a review to name and shame ethical funds with less than squeaky clean portfolios.
Tatton Asset Management is planning to float on the London Stock Exchange.
Octopus Investments has announced it is raising £30m for two new AIM VCTs in reaction to “exceptional demand” for the vehicles.
Morningstar has downgraded the Fidelity European Smaller Companies fund from a silver to bronze, casting doubts on its three-pronged management style.
Old Mutual Global Investors believes there is “a lot of upside” to come from Barclays shares, despite the Serious Fraud Office charges.
Signia Wealth has promoted its hedge fund investment boss Michael Rosenthal to chief investment officer as Etienne de Merlis gears up to leave the firm.
Investors have viewed corporate bonds as overvalued for the past five quarters, data has found.
Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life shareholders have emphatically approved the firms' merger, paving the way for one of the biggest ever deals in the sector.
Cazenove Capital has named Mary-Anne Daly as its chief executive in the UK, filling the role left vacant after Andrew Ross moved to the firm’s parent group Schroders.
Fund managers see educating people as the biggest challenge facing the industry today, according to a recent poll in London.
AJ Bell has dropped Schroders UK Dynamic Smaller Companies fund from its favoured funds list following the resignation of its two managers earlier this month.
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PGIM Investments, the asset management arm of US insurer Prudential Financial, has registered a range of Ucits funds for sale in five new markets.
Sanlam has claimed it is now offering the world’s first ever balanced fund run by artificial intelligence and machine learning.
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