Funds & Fund Managers
BlackRock World Mining to maintain divi despite NAV hit on failed mine
BlackRock World Mining has said the writedown of its royalties holding in London Mining’s Marampa mine will not force the trust to cut its dividend this year.
BlackRock World Mining takes 7.7% NAV hit on failed mine
BlackRock World Mining has written down the value of its holding in London Mining’s Marampa mine to zero at a 7.7% cost to net asset value (NAV)
How should fund groups handle star manager exits?
Wealth managers reveal how they want fund groups to react to losing star employees.
Have buyers been backing the global equity winners or losers?
Where has the global equity money been going over the past year?
Yousefian exits Charteris after four months
Tony Yousefian is to leave Charteris Treasury Portfolio Managers less than five months after joining the firm, Wealth Manager can reveal.
Performance review: How Coutts’ Higgins is preparing for 10% US correction
Coutts’ CIO Alan Higgins said tightening by the US Federal Reserve next year could result in a 10% correction in US equities, which investors should view as a buying opportunity.
Which commodity managers have fared best in the slump?
Citywire Discovery reveals the commodity fund managers who have put in the strongest defence against the turbulent conditions.
Smith & Williamson tap into EM opportunity with fund launch
Smith & Williamson has launched an emerging markets value fund for AGF Funds' Richard McGrath.
Correction protection: Marcus Brookes lifts cash to near record
Schroders' Citywire A-rated multi-manager head shrewdly increased his cash weighting to 30.6% last month, although he does not necessarily think this is the end of the bull market.