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Swip global equity team exits as portfolios transfer to Aberdeen

£2.9 billion in assets have transferred to Aberdeen's equity team following its takeover of Scottish Widows Investment Partnership. 

Fees cut on Mobius’s £2bn trust

The £2 billion Templeton Emerging Markets investment trust has become the latest closed-ended fund to lower its fees.

Who are the best Latin America managers?

Citywire Discovery turns to the Latin American equity sector

Swip four exit as Aberdeen restructures investment division

Swip chief executive Dean Buckley arm among those leaving.  

Revealed: the fund stars of the future

Our readers give their verdict on the star performers of tomorrow.

Franklin drops Templeton name from fund range

Sir John Templeton’s name has been stripped from 15 funds managed by Franklin Templeton.

Hugh Young: emerging market sell-off 'illogical'

Aberdeen's Asia veteran says he is backing Indonesian companies over Chinese and believes value opportunities in Asia are on the rise.

Performance review: why Towry's Wilson broke alternatives record

Towry head of investment Andrew Wilson was betting on falling volatility providing a cheaper entry point to risk assets, but it was his passive allocation that was the big winner in 2013.

Performance review: where Heartwood’s Sippetts finds best value

Alan Sippetts, Heartwood’s investment director, has reduced his exposure to the US but is maintaining exposure to its banking sector as a recovery play.

Shares resilient amid more fears for emerging markets

Investors question whether a third day of FTSE resilience merely represents a 'dead cat bounce' after a two-week sell-off.

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