A hub providing ‘impact investing’ research for advisers has launched a review to name and shame ethical funds with less than squeaky clean portfolios.
The incoming chairman of a newly merged trade body for wealth managers and advisers has pledged to fight the industry’s corner in talks with the government and regulators.
European Wealth has sold a 48% stake in its business in a £8.8m fundraising, leaving the firm debt free for the first time in its history.
Aberdeen Asset Management has warned that investors face lower returns over the next 10 years if they do not start to embrace alternative asset classes.
Axa’s Nigel Thomas has admitted that 2016 was one of the worst years of his career in terms of his funds’ relative performance.
David Griffiths, co-manager of the Kames UK Equity Absolute Return, Equity Market Neutral and Kames Market Neutral Plus funds, is to leave the firm at the end of July for family reasons.
Investec Wealth & Investment has expanded its Cheltenham office with the hire of an associate director in financial planning.
Kempen Capital Management has added to its client solutions team with the appointment of a head of investment strategy, a newly created role at the firm.
Although the debut of the new Mifid II rules is just six months away, the vast majority of asset managers will not be fully compliant before Q4, according to a new survey conducted by Rsrchxchange.
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.
James Hambro & Partners has enlisted Sir Alan Yarrow and Gavin Rochussen to assist with its growth ambitions.
Three-quarters of UK investors would refuse to pay for financial advice, a survey by Legg Mason Asset Management has revealed.
Asset managers believe MSCI’s inclusion of China A-shares in its emerging markets indices will increase investment options in the developing economy, but say the decision was long overdue.
Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management have announced that Rod Paris, CIO for the combined group, will chair the newly merged group’s Investment Management Committee (IMC).
Advice on pension transfers is to be provided as a personal recommendation and transfer value analysis replaced with a comparison to show the value of the benefits being given up under plans announced by the FCA on Wednesday.
As oil prices slumped to yet another low on Tuesday, Ashburton's Richard Robinson argued now is the time to take advantage of the “significant opportunity” before prices soar by the end of this year.
Morningstar has downgraded the Fidelity European Smaller Companies fund from a silver to bronze, casting doubts on its three-pronged management style.
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