Latest News - Shunil Roy-Chaudhuri
‘Ignore them at your peril’: GAM's Hepworth on tech companies
But he has reduced exposure to the UK, trimmed back on the US and avoided western sovereign debt
Manager interview: 7IM's search for the sweet spot between active and passive
Alessandro Laurent applies rigorous stock selection rules to create well-diversified portfolios in his Seven Investment Management Equity Value funds
Are high-yield bonds junk?
Multi-asset managers are divided on the merits of sub-investment grade credit.
MPS lowdown: Why Brewin remains confident in US shares
The head of fund research remains overweight equities, despite his belief the economic cycle is coming to an end, but he remains cautious over bonds
'Some stocks are cheap for a reason': how to avoid value traps
Some low-rated shares have real upside potential, others are going nowhere fast. We outline what fund managers do to separate the wheat from the chaff
The downside risks multi-asset managers are looking out for
Managers outline the negative scenarios they have identified in current markets and explain their strategies for coping with them.
M&G chief Richards calls for social impact fund scorecards
Anne Richards, chief executive of M&G Investments, has called for scorecards to be introduced to measure how much fund managers benefit society through their investment decisions.
My asset allocation: James Barber of Epoch Wealth Management
Long-short equity funds hold attractions for the head of investments who is 'pretty much bearish on everything'.
Adviser workshop: how to spot a closet tracker
How can advisers spot a 'closet tracker' fund? That's the question our investment editor Shunil Roy-Chaudhuri (pictured) put to advisers in this week's edition of adviser workshop.
Advisers look beyond yields and interest rates for cashflow needs
Low interest rates, higher inflation, and tax rules mean advisers look beyond yields and interest rates when meeting clients’ cashflow needs.
'How can you sleep at night owning these shares?' CEO Tapes
Do not miss the first two minutes of this film as Richard Buxton reveals how he was challenged by a client for owning shares in a certain company.
Fees roundtable: 'If one in three says you're too pricey, that's about right'
How much is too much when it comes to paying for advice? Step forward Alan Smith, Kay Ingram and Vijay Thakkar to discuss charging, fees and the advice gap.
Adviser profile: Catherine Morgan and John Ward of Essendon Financial Planning
A chance meeting between Catherine Morgan and John Ward led to the pair setting up Essendon Financial Planning as an independent firm.