Five small-cap stocks Gervais Williams loves
Invesco UK Smaller's buybacks: should I stay or should I go?
Invesco Perpetual UK Smaller has recently published a circular that details the mechanics of a proposed 40% tender offer
FTSE rallies 1% as tech rebounds, Macron wins big
Brexit fears set aside as US technology stocks rally and Europe lifted by French president Macron's electoral success.
John Newlands leaves Brewin to focus on consultancy
John Newlands, Brewin Dolphin’s veteran head of investment companies research, is retiring after nearly a decade at the firm
Markets shrug off poll pointing to Labour surge
Tories' lead over Labour now down to just three points in YouGov poll, but mixed picture presented by rival surveys leads to muted reaction.
Witan drops global managers to boost active share
Witan boss Andrew Bell has dropped MFS Investment Management and Tweedy, Browne from the investment trust's line-up.
Carthew: Pershing is a chequered record of Ackman's calls
PSH is a value investor, but also a hedge fund – so it can go short of stocks it thinks are materially overvalued
Carthew: building sustainable returns in social housing
The listed UK property sector was once all about offices, warehouses and shops but, increasingly, residential property is coming into the mix.
7IM returns to infrastructure after five-year absence
Fund manager says infrastructure investment companies offer attractive returns while limiting overall portfolio volatility.
Carthew: yield chasing doesn't lead to the smartest choices
Generally, funds of funds face an uphill struggle to attract professional investors because of the fees on fees problem
IBT's Craig on the Trump impact for biotech
Ailsa Craig of the International Biotechnology trust highlights the M&A activity seen in the biotechnology sector this year.
How should research be priced in a post-Mifid II world?
Being Mifid II-ready has become a competitive advantage which will set firms apart, according to Brij Malkan from BCA research.
Can refundable performance fees work?
Orbis Investments is the traditional percentage of assets-based fees but it may be ttoo early to tell if the new structure is working
The trials and tribulations of living through M&A
Plenty is written about the impact of the frequent merger and acquisition activity in wealth management on clients, but what about the staff involved?