Bank of New York Mellon Investment Management has announced the launch of a new US equity income fund for the UK market.
Woodford Investment Management has pointed the finger at outsourcing company Capita in a note to investors.
Neuberger Berman has launched the Global Opportunistic Bond Fund.
Legal and General Investment Management has announced the launch of a new index fund which tracks UK mid-caps.
Standard Life Investments’ has upped exposure to US equities in its MyFolio multi-manager range, adding two funds with fresh takes on the growth/value debate.
Despite a strong reversal in the final quarter of the year, fixed income still ended 2016 as the top money-gathering ETF asset class.
Online wealth manager Nutmeg will launch ‘fixed allocation’ portfolios alongside its managed portfolios, it revealed on Friday.
Rathbone Brothers said today it intends to make acquisitions this year as it pursues growth of its business.
M&G Investments has launched two managed volatility funds targeting absolute returns.
Discretionary fund manager Man GLG, part of investment management giant Man Group, has launched a pan-European Ucits fund for investors across Europe which will offer exposure to the region’s strongest companies.
Baillie Gifford has promoted internally to bolster the management on its Japanese equity funds.
Simon McGarry, senior equity analyst, Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management, identifies seven companies which could perform well in 2017, despite volatile equity markets.
Smith & Williamson has hired Rupert Phelps to spearhead the growth of its family office business.
GAM has launched an onshore version of its CCP Core Macro fund, targeting strong systematic macro returns with annualised volatility of 10%.
The iPhone is 10-years old today, helping Apple’s share price increase tremendously since the smartphone was unveiled on 9 January 2007.
BMO Global Asset Management has added an emerging markets ETF to its offering, expanding its so-called ‘income leaders’ fund range.
It’s still relatively early days for the IA Global Emerging Market Bond sector, and funds could be facing their biggest test yet, says the editor of FE Trustnet.
New data from Nucleus reveals that the average ongoing charges figure (OCF) for a cross-section of funds has plummeted from 78.6 basis points to 65.3bps (-13.3bps) since the introduction of the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) in 2013.
Indian equities and US-mid caps made an appearance in the top five biggest selling funds in December alongside some of the usual suspects, according to the Share Centre.
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