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How did the FCA decide on 'the closet tracker 64'?
The FCA has identified 64 funds where it required the manager 'to make it clearer to consumers how constrained they are'. But where has it drawn the line, and who is at fault?
The 10 fund managers consistently outperforming the competiton
Here are the most consistent fund managers in Citywire's database.
Standard-Aberdeen: what Scottish giant would offer investors
Citywire's head of investment research, Frank Talbot, sizes up the £11 billion mega-merger.
Three funds to pick if you fear the worst
Three funds to pick if you fear the worst following Trump's election victory.
JP Morgan's Stubbs believes US equities are in a sweet spot
David Stubbs, J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s Global Macro Strategist, sees reasons to be positive following Donald Trump's election win.
Portfolio picks: 19 funds you need to know about
The Citywire Selection team outline their latest 'Star Pick' funds, covering all the major investment areas.
Energy stocks outshine miners as China growth fears bite
Energy stocks outshine miners in a sector where performance has been mixed in the past two years.
Phoenix Hawksmoor Vanbrugh
Emerging market sweet spot raises Phoenix Hawksmoor Vanbrugh fund’s game.
Biotech brilliance: which managers are beating the index?
The biotech sector has been a runaway success but it is hard to access as UK-registered funds remain thin on the ground.
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AJ Bell CEO: there will be six more months of replatforming pain
IFAs will have to endure another half year of replatforming trouble by provider-owned platforms, Andy Bell has said.
Asset managers: 'There is going to be a distribution revolution'
In footage not used in our original CEO tapes videos, five CEOs discuss how distribution will change in the future. Will 'distribution' be revolutionised by technology the same way that Spotify changed music or the Kindle changed publishing?
Adviser profile: Mandy Dale and Chris Emery of Hanbury Wealth
Hanbury Wealth is growing, and Mandy Dale and Chris Emery have set their sights on more joint ventures in the future.