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.
Citywire analyst Nisha Long discusses how the month has been for investors.
Articles featuring Citywire-rated fund managers
Richard Buxton’s Old Mutual UK Alpha fund is poised to pass the £1 billion mark before the end of 2013.
Henry Dixon, the Citywire AAA-rated manager of the Undervalued Assets fund who Wealth Manager revealed recently moved from Matterley to GLG, has shared three companies he believes will drive his performance in the months and years ahead.
FTSE 100 fails to bounce higher after three down days. But Sage Group shoots up as investors welcome dividend rise.
The PIMCO bond veteran says investors are wrongly being pushed to riskier assets in the belief of perpetually supportive policy rates.
Investment journalist Nigel Milton is joining boutique asset manager Slater Investments as an equity analyst.
Hopes the FTSE will end the year well don't include construction services company Speedy Hire which slumps after problems in its are uncovered.
The £4.8 billion Skagen Kon-Tiki fund co-managed by A-rated Knut Harald Nilsson is proof that being massive doesn't hamper performance in emerging markets.
Fleming Family & Partners’ (FF&P) chief investment officer Dan Briggs has departed the firm.
Guinness Global Equity Income managers Ian Mortimer and Matthew Page have made a number of changes to the portfolio, taking profits on several defensive names and adding more cyclicality.
Super-funds are on the rise as fund selectors move from the many to the few.
European small cap manager Ian Ormiston highlights five stocks be believes will benefit from the Continent's return to growth.
The bond powerhouse alters line-up overseeing mixed asset fund with Mohamed El-Erian taking more central role.
First State's Asia Pacific Leaders star duo are feeling confident about India after increasing their weighting to 17%.
Colin Kingsnorth's activist hedge fund firm Laxey Partners has spent an additional £1.4 million on shares in the Scottish football club to become the biggest holder with an 11.64% stake.
The fund firm is to cut 6% of its workforce as it clears the decks for the arrival of new chief executive Euan Munro from Standard Life Investments at the start of next year.
A total of 1,392 managers have been awarded a Citywire rating this month, of those 14 for the first time. Click here to see the managers you should be watching, as shown by Citywire analyst Dr Nisha Long.
Henderson has soft-closed its Credit Alpha fund as it nears the £1 billion mark.
Long-standing stalwarts sold down as Dean reorientates down the market cap
Leading managers reveal name the areas of the market where they view dividend cuts as likely.
In their rush to floating rate loans have investors ignored other viable rate hedge alternatives?
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