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Following a spectacular run between 2009 and 2011 when he comprehensively beat his peer group on both total and risk-adjusted returns, things began to falter.
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Multi-managers are tipping the US dollar as one way to play the prospect of rising interest rates in the US next year.
And ECB may force eurozone banks to hold capital against sovereign bonds, in an attempt to stop weak lenders using its cash to hoover up the debts of crisis-hit countries. (Updated with Questor share tips)
The Financial Conduct Authority has fined Lloyds banking Group £28 million for ‘serious failings in their controls over sales incentive schemes’.
Nick Marson, the director of Hargreaves Lansdown's Vantage platform, has netted over £125,000 after selling down part of his stake in the firm.
The Royal Bank of Scotland finance director Nathan Bostock is to leave the lender 10 weeks after he joined the board to take a role at Santander, according to reports.
And General Motors became the first of the big three US carmakers to appoint a female chief executive. (Updated with Questor share tips)
(Update) The Neil Woodford company sell-off continues as Wealth Manager learns Invesco Perpetual sold a sizeable stake in Capita on 5 December.
Walker Crips is opening an office in Swansea, which marks the company's first physical presence in Wales.
Nick Parker will launch London-based RiverPeak Wealth this month.
Lloyds is to make a £105 million profit from the sale of its remaining 21% stake in St James’s Place.
Adrian Neave, managing director of structured product specialist Gilliat, has resigned from the firm to pursue other interests.
Ruffer has reported substantial rises in its funds under management, revenues and profits despite a tough year for some of its managers.
Citywire + rated Mark Urquhart is to step down as manager of the £242 million Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust, with Baillie Gifford proposing AA-rated John MacDougall and small-cap star Douglas Brodie as his replacements.
Ashcourt Rowan’s purchase of corporate benefit and discretionary group UKWM will strengthen its long-term push into pensions.
The firm is capping assets at £1 billion as it seeks to protect performance.
Eight commodity themes for 2014
After a tough 2013 for commodities, Deutsche Bank's Markets Research team gives its 2014 forecast for the asset class.