Funds & Fund Managers
Greek default fears rattle markets
Markets fall further into red in afternoon trading as fears over a Greek default grow.
Can listed players grow further on the back of pension freedoms?
Argument is split on whether asset managers will benefit as expected from the pensions reforms.
What does Charles Stanley's major overhaul mean for investors?
Could Charles Stanley be up for sale in two years? Investors past and present react to the dramatic overhaul at the national wealth manager.
Jeremy Lang: why we remain bearish on energy and materials
The Ardevora fund manager explains why he is downbeat on the two sectors.
Survey: two thirds of wealth managers exiting UK on election fear
Almost two thirds of discretionary managers (64.7%) have run down their exposure to sterling-denominated assets.
We want more! Woodford Patient Capital capacity raised to £800m
More shares will be issued due to a surge in investor demand, increasing the original capacity from £500 million.
AXA IM to merge George Luckraft's equity income funds
The £129 million AXA Framlington Monthly Income and £132 million UK Equity income funds are being merged to deliver greater economies of scale.
Trust Insider: diving into small cap liquidity reveals a shallow pool
One noticeable trend of the last few months has been the widening of discounts in the UK smaller companies sector.
Dividend threat? Reaction to Shell/BG mega deal
Deal worth £47 billion sees Shell combine with BG Group to form largest UK company.
Canaccord's investment trust tips for 2015
Looking for last-minute ISA ideas? Here are the investment trusts tipped by Alan Brierley of Canaccord Genuity this year.