Neptune Investment Management has broadened its UK equities offering with the launch of a distributing share class on both its UK Mid Cap and UK Opportunities funds.
Kunal Desai, head of Indian equities discusses the implications of Sunday's budget in India.
Robin Geffens call for the Financial Conduct Authority to make the disclosure of active share mandatory is the latest shout in what is a growing clamour for better ways to provide evidence of what he refers to as truly active management.
Manager of the Neptune US Income Fund, Rebecca Edelman, is leaving the firm in early June to join Tesco as senior strategist.
Neptune officially closed its Global Long/Short Fund when co-manager Ted Alexander left the firm in September.
Neptunes Henry Foster has joined specialist fund distributor Harrington Cooper as sales manager.
Neptune is hoping to merge its UK Equity Fund into its UK Special Situations Fund and rename it the Neptune UK Opportunities Fund.
Neptune has announced it is closing four funds due to poor investor demand and high running costs.
Neptune Investment Management has signed a deal with a Hong Kong based investment boutique distributor in a bid to increase its sales in the Asia region.
John Lester this morning starts his new role as sales manager, strategic partnerships, at Investec AM, having left Argonaut after just six months.
Neptune Investment Management has brought four new products to market, it confirmed today, with CEO and founder Robin Geffen taking the helm of a Monthly Income Fund.
Equities are cheap, markets lack conviction and, with the global economy at a turning point, there's plenty of potential for positive surprises, according to Neptune's Robin Geffen.
Funds run by Franklin Templetons Mark Mobius and Neptunes Chris Taylor feature in Chelsea Financial Services DropZone of the worst-performing funds over the past three discrete years.
Neptune is to complete its offerings across the three IMA Mixed Investment Shares categories with the launch of its Defensive Fund.
Argonaut, originally part of the Ignis group, is nearing the end of a restructuring that will see it become operationally independent of Ignis in ten days time, add a number of high-profile managers including ex-Neptune exec John Lester, and target overseas markets.
Neptune has named the man who is to replace John Lester as head of strategic partners following his deprature last month.
Head of strategic partnerships at Neptune John Lester has left to join a new investment boutique.
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