Funds & Fund Managers
Standard Aberdeen: analysts eye investment trust overlap
Aberdeen Asset Management's takeover by Standard Life could lead to pressure for merger of Dunedin Income Growth and Murray Income.
Sanditon gambles on Just Eat investors' indigestion
Sanditon managers Chris Rice and Tim Russell are having a difficult time shorting stocks during the recent stock market rally.
JPM AM liquidates multi-asset fund on lack of interest
Investment firm closes UK-domiciled fund on three-year anniversary after failing to accrue sufficient assets.
Inflation protection: what top bond managers are doing
Inflation poses a challenge for fixed income managers, who need to align their portfolios to hedge against the corrosive effects.
Lang: the idea of equity is being tested to destruction
Last year was a reminder of how unusual the stock market is as a market
Eclectica's AUM fall by nearly 90% in three years
The firm, led by Hugh Hendry (pictured), experienced a further 27% fall in assets under management (AUM) from £182 million to £135 million, in its last accounting year.