Funds & Fund Managers
Min Kupfer: why Vietnam says 'good morning' to unprecedented FDI
Vietnam Holding Ltd Investment Trust chairman outlines a convergence of FDI, consumption and stock-to-GDP as priming Vietnam for an extended growth run.
Neptune manager exits amid funds consolidation
Shelley McKeaveney has left the firm following the decision to close her Africa fund amid a fresh round of consolidation in its funds range.
Franklin Templeton announces Mobius's successor as GEM team boss
Franklin Templeton announces succession plan as veteran investor relinquishes day-to-day responsibility for emerging markets team.
The 14 funds in Gardhouse's HL High Income launch portfolio
Hargreaves Lansdown has revealed what the make-up of its Multi-Manager High Income fund will be at launch next month, so who made the cut?
Legg Mason merges Martin Currie global fund range
Seven Martin Currie global funds has been merged into Legg Mason's global fund range on 11 March.
First State reopens China growth fund after four years
Citywire A-rated Martin Lau’s Greater China Growth Fund reopens following a four-year soft-closure.
The three Japan managers that need to be on your radar
In a market famed for many a false dawn, we reveal the best managers based on risk adjusted performance and the ability to control drawdowns.
The forgotten economies of Asia
Despite the effects of slowing Chinese growth fund managers are pointing to attractive opportunities in the continent.
Which three EM funds pulled in most money in 2015?
Following a volatile 12 months, Citywire Investment Research uncovers the three main funds which investors were piling into.
Woodford, Gait and Lyon among HL multi-manager fund’s first buys
CF Woodford Equity Income, Stewart Investors Asia Pacific Leaders and Troy Trojan are just some of the big-name funds featuring in Hargreaves Lansdown’s new multi-manager portfolio.