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(Update) The Neil Woodford company sell-off continues as Wealth Manager learns Invesco Perpetual sold a sizeable stake in Capita on 5 December.
After a decent performance run, SVM's Citywire A-rated Neil Veitch looks ahead to next year and highlights three of his best ideas in this exclusive article for Wealth Manager.
Nick Parker will launch London-based RiverPeak Wealth this month.
Ben Rogoff, manager of the £597 million Polar Capital Technology Trust, has expressed confidence in Apple as it turns from being a technology firm into a luxury brand.
Industry commentators predict ambitious expansion and more of a focus on the private client business under new chief Maarten Slendebroek.
Mark Lynam is probably not a name familiar to many retail fund buyers but the VT ICF Absolute Return fund he co-manages with Jeremy Suffield has delivered almost three times the sector average return over three years.
Deutsche Bank is to convert 18 of its largest ETFs from a synthetic to physical model in a bid to increase their attractiveness to UK markets.
Eclectica manager Hugh Hendry has abandoned his bearish stance following "mediocre" performance
The government is hoping to build on the enthusiastic reception of the Royal Mail examining how to maximise the number of private investors able to take part in a sale of Lloyds.
The chancellor has announced that foreign owners selling UK homes will face a capital gain tax.
Around £100 million of the money the government has gathered from Libor fines from a number of UK banks is to go to military charities.
Chancellor George Osborne has confirmed that the UK economy is growing at a faster pace than had previously been expected.
Bestinvest senior fund researcher Mark Lane has left to take up a post with Standard Life Investments.
The JP Morgan Indian Investment Trust has made a number of concessions to shareholders as an activist investor has built a large stake in the fund.
Richard Buxton’s Old Mutual UK Alpha fund is poised to pass the £1 billion mark before the end of 2013.
John Chatfeild-Roberts' multi-manager team will run a range of multi-asset funds for Emirates NBD Asset Management after the firm entered a strategic alliance with Jupiter Asset Management.
Henry Dixon, the Citywire AAA-rated manager of the Undervalued Assets fund who Wealth Manager revealed recently moved from Matterley to GLG, has shared three companies he believes will drive his performance in the months and years ahead.
Polar Capital has rewarded shareholders with a healthy payout on the back of a strong period of performance.
FTSE 100 fails to bounce higher after three down days. But Sage Group shoots up as investors welcome dividend rise.
Investors must discriminate between companies that need growth, and those that need a brand new business model
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