Funds & Fund Managers
Woodford-backed challenger bank gets BoE green light
Atom Bank, which counts Neil Woodford as its biggest shareholder, has obtained its banking licence and will open its doors later this year.
BlackRock ups stake in Woodford Patient Capital to £124m
BlackRock has upped its stake in the Woodford Patient Capital trust to 13.37%, worth around £124 million.
Broker slaps a 'sell' warning on Woodford Patient Capital
Brokers at Stifel have slapped a ‘sell’ recommendation on the Woodford Patient Capital trust due to concerns over the size of its current premium to net asset value (NAV).
Charles Montanaro: why I don't invest in 'lobster pot' AIM
Montanaro refuses to be seduce by arguments that AIM is a stockpickers' paradise at the market celebrates its 20-year anniversary.
Miton's Williams: institutional resurgence can fire AIM
AA-rated Miton UK Smaller Companies manager Gervais Williams believes a protracted period of low growth in the main markets will reignite institutional interest in AIM.
Litigation smoke: time to stub out tobacco stocks?
Could a recent Canadian class action prove to be a tipping point for this favoured, yet controversial, sector?
Duracell bunnies: 20 fund managers who consistently deliver
We have trawled through our database to highlight the 20 most consistently Citywire AAA-rated managers over the last three years.
Columbia Threadneedle UK analyst quits for Schroders
Andrew Evans has exited Columbia Threadneedle's UK equity team for Schroders.
FTSE snaps losing streak on hopes of Greek breakthrough
FTSE 100 recovery gathers strength during day while European markets post strong gains on hopes of Greek breakthrough.
Woodford pours £21m into AJ Bell
Fund manager Neil Woodford has invested £21 million in pension and platform provider AJ Bell.