Holland's £116.8 million L&G North American trust was merged in to the L&G US index trust, leaving the firm without an active US fund. The North American trust was bottom quartile over one, three and five years and L&G said its passive US fund 'has a similar risk and return profile but has a superior long-term track record to date'.
What role should US equities play in a portfolio today?
Uncertainty over interest rates and the upcoming presidential election has left those investing in the world’s biggest equity market at an interesting crossroads. In this roundtable discussion, leading US equity investors discuss their take on the sector moving forward.
5 minutes on gold with OMGI’s Ned Naylor-Leyland
Citywire’s Natalie Fast speaks to Ned Naylor-Leyland, manager of the Old Mutual Gold & Silver fund, about finding value in precious metals
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- BDO: the problems with a one-off wealth tax
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AFH profit up 42% with 'strong pipeline' for further buys
Wealth firm AFH Financial has reported a 42% increase in its pre-tax profits to £0.86 million in its half year results.
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- OMGI hires Invesco man as head of global bonds
- LGT Vestra recommits to tech provider
- GAM buys $4 billion multi-strategy systematic manager
- Harry Potter star in fight with HMRC over 50p tax
- Stephen Crabb enters Conservative party leadership race
Horrocks: why Asia will thrive by spending to survive
Matthews Asia CIO Robert Horrocks on why the rise of the consumer is reflected in his Matthews Asia Dividend Fund.
BlackRock's Landers: Why I need a political degree
AA-Citywire rated Will Landers discusses why he is backing large cap stocks in Brazil.
Citywire Scotland 2016: the highlights
The Scottish wealth management community got together at Turnberry this week to hear views from leading fund managers and strategists at a time of great uncertainty.
Profile: Arbuthnot's new CEO on shaking up banking
Cost-cutting and reduced services at the major high street banks are creating a massive opportunity for nimbler players such as Arbuthnot
Sarasin & Partners: Focus on downside in uncertain times
Office Spotlight: Walker Crips
Dining with Jessica Crane in our favourite pub yet
Office Spotlight: Psigma
Cazenove's Jeffrey on potential referendum repercussions
Office Spotlight: Charles Stanley
On the Road... on the South Coast
Down the pub with Paul Gavaghan
European and Japanese markets have the potential to deliver outsized returns
Helicopter money could give markets a significant boost
A day in the life: Robert Paul of London Capital
Pub talk with Tim Price
Office Spotlight: RC Brown Investment Management
London 2 Paris: Inspiring the revolution
London 2 Paris: snaps from the saddle
Office Spotlight: JM Finn & Co
WH Ireland: Overpriced stocks put alternatives in favour
Room 101: what's bugging these three wealth managers?
Office Spotlight: Quartet Investment Managers
Pub Club: Peter Elston, Seneca Investment Managers
Sarasin: How we’re finding alternative sources of alpha