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Mobius recruits proteges as partners in new fund firm
Carlos Hardenberg, successor to Mark Mobius on Templeton Emerging Markets, rejoins his mentor after leaving Franklin Templeton earlier this year.
The funds hit hardest by Russia's stock market rout
The UK's only open-ended Russia-focused fund is down by more than 15% over the last two days, but the damage doesn't end there.
Bloc party: Eastern Europe returns after a lost decade
The largest Eastern European economies are increasingly flashing on fund managers’ radars after emerging from a ‘lost decade’, but the region remains difficult to access due to lack of depth and liquidity.
Mifid II pressures cause AA-rated trio to shut EMD fund
Eastern Europe-focused strategy shuttered despite stellar long-term returns.
Watchdog gives Standard Life/Aberdeen merger green light
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has given the merger of Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management the green light.
BlackRock European equity manager Vincent Devlin to step down
Devlin will relinquish all management roles within BlackRock's European equity team and will be replaced by Stefan Gries.
Invesco Perpetual promotes manager on LatAm fund
Nicholas Mason to become co-manager of the fund alongside Dean Newman.
Aberdeen turns corner as outflows enter fourth year
Aberdeen entered its fourth straight year of outflows in the three months to end March as clients redeemed a net £2.9 billion
Mobius' successors named for Templeton GEM fund
Carlos Hardenberg and Chetan Sehgal step up as Mark Mobius steps down.
Mobius drops 12 funds as ‘next gen’ of PMs step up
EM veteran to retain control of one regional fund as US asset management giant announces host of changes on cross-border range.
FCA Mifid probe should address research 'conflicts'
Fund consultants have welcomed the FCA's investigation into how Mifid II is functioning around five months after the new rules were introduced.
The existential crisis facing wealth managers
A new study underlines the impact artificial intelligence is having on wealth management
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.