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Four themes have deterred income-seekers from investing in investment trusts (ITs) in recent times
Advance Emerging Capital’s CIO Slim Feriani warns that accessing frontier economies through ETFs could turn ‘ugly’ for investors.
The continued popularity of the likes of AXA Framlington's UK equity manager Nigel Thomas helped fuel a significant increase in inflows at the firm in 2013.
Tineke Frikkee explains how her investment process has evolved at her new home and why she is optimistic on Lloyds.
Bruce Stout shares his thoughts on the world’s major markets in a typically forthright fashion after a difficult year for his Murray International Trust.
Hamish Baillie and Steve Russell of the Ruffer investment trust have tipped value investing to shine against a backdrop of earnings disappointments.
Mo Baluchi has joined Quilter Cheviot from Credit Suisse, while Lindsay Bateman leaves Ermitage Group for Brooks Macdonald.
The funds on Hargreaves' new discounted platform got the industry talking. We highlight how the funds have performed in the last three years, or for those with shorter records, since launch.
As the debate on Scottish independence rages on Citi has weighed in, saying the nation would probably lose its AAA-rating if it breaks free from the rest of the UK.
The firm is to close Ashby's £10 million Enhanced Income fund and Holden's £63.5 million UK Focus in a streamlining of its UK equity franchise, Wealth Manager can reveal.
Tom Tuite Dalton's new role of product manager will see him support the likes of Invesco Perpetual UK equity head Mark Barnett.
Raven Russia, a £565 million fund focused on Russian warehouses that has long been one of Neil Woodford’s favourite trusts, has reported strong annual results despite turmoil in the country.
Dalton's Spence on the NCI's plans, conflicts of interest and European regulation.
Multi-manager Tony Yousefian is to join Charteris Treasury Portfolio Managers and will bring his OPM Property Portfolio fund over to his new firm.
Ben Gill took over the fund from David North in 2011, which has underperformed over the past three years.
Funds are getting bigger and bigger, but can the managers handle the capacity? Jonathan 'JB' Beckett explores.
Richard Bernstein, manager of the Crystal Amber trust, has moved to wind up a clean-energy fund in which he invests.
The 126-year old trust is working on registering companies in England ahead of the Scottish referendum on independence in September.
Cazenove UK Opportunities manager believes the time is ripe to move out of cyclicals and into more defensive areas of the market.
David Solo, group chief executive officer of GAM, has insisted that his group will not cut its fees to attract greater flows.
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