Cross-asset correlations remain at elevated levels so how are wealth managers looking to build true diversification into their clients' portfolios?
(Update) Neil Woodford, Invesco Perpetual's UK head of investments, has been awarded a CBE for services to the economy.
David Jane has taken the Darwin Multi Asset fund's cash position up to 20% after locking in profits on Japanese equities, property and emerging market debt.
Iveagh’s chief investment officer Chris Wyllie has trimmed US equities, arguing the market is starting to look overvalued, which forms part of a broader de-risking exercise.
Next week the Citywire team heads to Manchester for drinks with a mix of investment professionals. There's also still time to register for our second annual Citywire North event.
Invesco Perpetual’s Neil Woodford says the vast amount of quantitative easing is ‘lifting all ships’ although he believes this rally is different to the past.
Jamieson is to take the lead role with the incumbent manager Stephen Jones to take a supporting role following his promotion to chief investment officer.
Aviva Investors head of multi-asset funds Justin Onuekwusi is to leave the company, with management of his portfolios passing to his deputy Nick Samouilhan.
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