Commodities Funds - Latest News
Fulcrum launches multi-asset income fund
Fulcrum Asset Management is to launch a multi-asset income fund targeting a net yield of 4.5%.
Fulcrum hires allocation veteran as investment director
Fulcrum Asset Management has appointed Graham Neilson to be its investment director.
Investec AM's energy man Whall ends 35-year career
Investec Asset Management global energy specialist Charles Whall has brought the curtain down on a 35-year career.
Profile: Fulcrum at a tipping point
Goldman veteran and company CEO Andrew Stevens explains how Fulcrum is finally getting some leverage
Investec restructures commodities team as George takes new role
Head of commodities and resources team Bradley George is assuming another role in the company and will be replaced by Tom Nelson.
Investec Enhanced Natural Resources
Investec Enhanced Natural Resources managers Bradley George and George Cheveley are stockpiling cash and waiting for natural resources equity valuations to get even cheaper before reinvesting.
Investec's Cheveley: China will reassert itself in 2013
Investec Enhanced Natural Resources managers George Cheveley and Bradley George have been increasing their net market exposure to commodities on positive macro signs for equities in gold, iron ore and the energy majors over the next few months.
Investec's Cheveley: gold mining stocks will deliver
Governance is improving at gold mining companies and they be more focused on investment returns, says Investec's George Cheveley.
Wealth Manager: high returns - how CAM's Coghill went from drug research to discretionary
While there are many routes into investment management, the industry is not an obvious place for someone with a background in medicinal cannabis research
Investec unveils energy team to replace Waghorn and Lacey
Investec Asset Management has announced the arrival of energy investment specialists Charles Whall and Tom Nelson, who start this week, following the departure of Jonathan Waghorn and Mark Lacey earlier in the year.
Why Speirs & Jeffrey was forced to sell to Rathbones
In a letter to clients, Speirs and Jeffrey chief Russell Crichton outlined why Scotland's biggest wealth manager had to give up 112 years of independence.
Richard Colwell: fund management is a funny old game
As another World Cup kicks off, Columbia Threadneedle's head of UK equities describes how the investment and football worlds collide.
Wealth boom: where DFMs must improve by 2021
The wealth industry is expected to grow to over £1.4 trillion by 2021, but can company systems cope with this boom?