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The small-cap fund managers consistently outperforming
Few fund managers are able to consistently outperform their peers, but a cohort of UK smaller companies investors have managed the feat.
The 10 most popular funds of ISA millionaires
For the fund sales community, we are rapidly approaching the most magical time of the year: ISA season.
Six small caps on Marlborough Special Situations' hit list
Eustace Santa Barbara, co-manager of the Marlborough Special Situations fund, highlights six stocks that have caught the eye of his investment team.
Inside Canaccord's surprise £80m Hargreave Hale swoop
Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management's £79.5 million acquisition of Hargreave Hale gives the firm a 'platform into fund management', chief executive David Esfandi says.
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Profile: meet the duo at the heart of Hargreave Hale's succession plan
For the first time in the company's history a non-Hargreave is now at the head of the north west broker and asset manager
Tilney Bestinvest's top 10 equity fund managers
In Tilney Bestinvest's report on the UK's top 100 equity fund managers, we highlight the top 10.
Giles Hargreave firm sells 4.26m Rangers shares to Mike Ashley
The disposal reduces Hagreave's stakle in the Scottish football club to a nominal level.
Giles Hargreave steps down as CEO to focus on funds
Giles Hargreave is stepping down as chief executive of Hargreave Hale to focus on running money.
Giles Hargreave: my top five AIM stocks
Marlborough's Citywire AA-rated star shares highlights five AIM minnows he believes have the potential to achieve great things.
MPS spotlight: how Whitechurch was able to slash charges
Whitechurch Securities has become the latest to slash the charges on its managed portfolio service (MPS).
The pitfalls and rewards of setting up a family office
For ultra-high net worth individuals, setting up a dedicated family office may be tempting, but it is not an easy undertaking.
Revealed: the truth about wealth managers’ buy lists
The criticism that more and more wealth managers are moving towards restrictive buy lists, resulting in greater homogenisation, may have been a little too premature.