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Ben Gill took over the fund from David North in 2011, which has underperformed over the past three years.
Funds are getting bigger and bigger, but can the managers handle the capacity? Jonathan 'JB' Beckett explores.
The 126-year old trust is working on registering companies in England ahead of the Scottish referendum on independence in September.
RIT Capital Partners, the £2.4 billion investment trust, has dramatically increased its debt in order to allocate more to absolute return strategies.
Eight funds have been added and seven removed in our bi-annual review of Citywire Selection.
M&G’s Richard Woolnough says that investors should take advantage of the likely sell-off in bonds when interest rates rise.
This week we focus on the UK Equity Income sector, looking at alternatives to Woodford, whether you want experience, a track record of strong performance, or both.
In an environment where cash and Western government bonds yield so little, investors have to be innovative.
Legg Mason is set to integrate its platforms following the takeover.
The once unloved UK equity market is the best selling asset class for the third month in a row.
Fears over a war in the Ukraine have caused panic in markets and could have a significant impact on financial asets.
Paul Niven will replace Tigue on the £2 billion trust on 1 July.
Tony Lanning, who joined JP Morgan from Henderson last year to run multi-manager portfolios, has shared five major themes driving his Fusion funds.
Several large investors are souring on loans as a fixed-income alternative.
Baillie Gifford's charges on the £3.1 billion Scottish Mortgage investment trust have been reduced, following a pledge made in January.
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Lord Turner, a fund pricing debate and a heroic tale from 'Touching the Void' mountaineer Joe Simpson were among the highlights from this year's event held at the Westminster Plaza hotel.