Citywire Rated Fund Managers
Our guide to the best fund managers
Citywire is the only firm to exclusively rate managers, not funds. This is because we strongly believe the most important consideration when selecting an actively managed fund is the track record of the manager running the money.
We've crunched the numbers again and Doctor Nisha highlights those fund managers rewarding investors with some fine performance in difficult market conditions of the last few years.
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We look at five share trades by professional investors in Weir, Fairpoint, Charles Taylor, Hummingbird Resources and Globo.
Lloyds Banking Group is to sell a further 77 million of its shares in St James's Place.
In our monthly data crunch we highlight 10 fund managers who are giving their investors reason to dance around the maypole by delivering exceptional returns.
Tom Richards, head of private investment management (offshore) at Thomas Miller Investment (TMI), explains why he is overweight equities and reducing the duration of his fixed income exposure.
In what is likely to be one of the most significant manager moves of the year, Richard Buxton’s exit from Schroders led a string of high profile departures across the City. But what's the secret to success when a star manager departs? We analysed thousands of switches to find out.
After much speculation and more than £1 billion of investment, BT has entered sports TV with a bang, promising free Premier League football coverage to its broadband customers.
Citywire A-rated Somerville says Japan needs structural reforms to be successfully implemented before its sharp recovery becomes truly sustainable.
Citywire AAA-rated Nigel Thomas is backing a series of internationally disruptive changes in energy supply and extraction as a key step change to the global economy.
Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement has highlighted the long-term value football managers can generate. But what of the fund managers looking after our ISAs and pensions in the UK?
The Frankfurt-based group is launching a high conviction fund for two of its leading European growth managers.
First State to soft close its top performing Global Emerging Markets Leaders fund to new investment.
Despite retail sales of funds hitting a five-year low, BlackRock and Standard Life Investments defied asset managers' poor first quarter to enjoy strong flows into some of their most popular funds.
PIMCO bond star increases weightings across host of asset classes, including upping his already significant position in treasuries.
The Asia Pacific veteran remains in cautious mode, wary of high yielding companies that can't deliver, and Singapore's overheating property market.
Japan's Nikkei 225 jumps 3.6% and the FTSE 100 nears its all-time high as investors celebrate last week's US jobs figures.
Warren Buffett has dismissed Bill Gross' 'new normal' theory, telling the audience at Berkshire Hathaway's annual general meeting it 'doesn't make any difference' to him what the veteran bond investor thinks.
Liontrust will broaden the mandate of James Inglis-Jones and Gary West's Income fund to allow the A-rated pair to pick stocks from a global arena.
(Update) Brokers have welcomed the news that Citywire AAA-rated Dean will take on the trust when Schroders completes it acquisition of Cazenove Capital in July.
The central bank barbers are coming warns the PIMCO bond veteran who expects a spate of stealth taxes on investments.
Aberdeen Latin American Income remains subscale but is quietly building a solid track record
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