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Asset Allocation 360° : Is it the last throw of the dice for Japan?
Welcome to the latest e-zine on asset allocation. This time we look at the market in Japan following the appointment of prime minister Shinzo Abe. Will so-called Abenomics breathe new life into the country's economy? Or could it be another false start? For more in-depth analysis, including where to invest and where to avoid, look no further.
Ignis to go big on absolute return with raft of fund launches
Ignis Asset Management is set to unveil four absolute return fixed income funds and has plans to launch long/short equity products further down the line, in a move to become a key player in the absolute return market.
L&G Investments replaces Churchlow on two mandates in funds overhaul
Legal & General Investments has announced a management reshuffle on four of its funds, amid speculation the current managers have left the firm.
M&G reshuffle sees French pass on £1.3bn fund and Alex Odd exit
Graham French has stepped back from running the M&G Managed Growth fund to become deputy, handing the reins over to Randeep Somel, while equity income manager Alex Odd has left the firm.
Armstrongs to split multi-asset business on divorce
Patrick and Ana Armstrong are looking to split up their firm Armstrong Investment Managers as the couple file for divorce, according to New Model Adviser® sister publication Wealth Manager.
Cazenove Capital European equity star Chris Rice to exit
Cazenove Capital Management’s (CCM) star European manager Chris Rice is leaving the firm in July, which will see his flagship European funds handed over to Steve Cordell.
Woodford: why I’m not lagging the rally this time
Invesco Perpetual’s Neil Woodford says the vast amount of quantitative easing is ‘lifting all ships’ although he believes this rally is different to the past.
SLI appoints Swip's McKernan as credit head
Standard Life Investments is hiring Daniel McKernan as head of sterling investment grade credit, once he leaves Scottish Widows Investment Partnership in the Autumn.
M&G’s Woolnough: if I were the Fed, this is what I’d do…
M&G’s bond veteran Richard Woolnough says the US has had its party with quantitative easing and is now seeking to remove liquidity without causing too much damage.
Vanguard boosts ETF range with low-cost product suite
Vanguard Asset Management has launched four exchange traded funds (ETFs) providing low-cost exposure to global equity markets.
MiFID II tapes: 'We get the regulation we deserve' on risk
'We get the regulation we deserve, because we don't set a high enough professional standard ourselves,' according to FinaMetrica director Paul Resnik.
Mifid II tapes: Advisers need asset management crash course
In the first part of our KIDs roundtable, Graham Bentley, Paul Resnik and Bella Caridade-Ferreira meet in the Citywire studio to discuss how advisers can explain the new MiFID II cost disclosure rules to clients.
Adviser profile: Carl Roberts of RTS Financial Planning
Carl Roberts says adopting a fixed-fee model and finding the right mixture of clients will be the catalyst for success at RTS Financial Planning.