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Revealed: 10 fund managers consistently beating the competition
We explore the Citywire database to highlight the 10 fund managers that consistently leave their rivals in the shade.
Tale of the tape: how Aberdeen and SLI's managers compare
We use our database and unique manager and group ratings to reveal what the UK’s largest asset manager would look like.
Standard-Aberdeen: what Scottish giant would offer investors
Citywire's head of investment research, Frank Talbot, sizes up the £11 billion mega-merger.
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 in light of Trump's election victory.
Kings of the world: the fund groups leading global equities
In this week's number crunch we take a look at the fund firms putting in the best performance in global equities.
Group ratings: the emerging market maestros
When it comes to investment focus emerging markets is one of the more complex. We highlight the group's which have navigated the region best over the long term.
Citywire Selection: our 19 star fund picks
The Citywire Selection team outline their latest 'Star Pick' funds, covering all the major investment areas.
Six month crunch: Fidelity grabs Citywire Group Ratings top spot
In our bi-annual review, Fidelity has replaced JP Morgan at the top with a record-equalling 35 ratings.
Finding a silver lining in sterling's collapse
It’s hard to escape the news that sterling is taking a hammering
Euro bonds: the smart way to play Brexit uncertainty?
All the major safe haven assets increased in value following the referendum and German bonds were no different, with the yield on the 10 year bund falling into negative territory.
How firms ensure fund managers don’t break rules
The departure of star manager Philip Rodrigs from River & Mercantile due to ‘conduct issues’ last week came as a shock.
Danger! The products that worry wealth managers
With market volatility back, wealth managers discuss the investment products that concern them most.
Is Mifid II the final nail in the wealth advisory coffin?
With the discretionary march relentless over the last five years, Danielle Levy asks what new European rules could mean for advisory arms.