Top 100: 12 wealth managers' key fund picks for 2017 - part 2
In the second of a three part series we ask a dozen of the wealth managers featured in our annual Top 100 study to reveal their best fund idea for this year.
- Inside Fundsmith's Mauritian connection 3
- Mysterious times: 2017's challenges for wealth and fund firms
- Brewin Dolphin has a ‘spring’ in its step again
- Hoping the FCA doesn’t come knocking this Christmas
- Are investors being pushed down the passive route?
- Multi-asset: Donald and the dragon breathe fire into commodities sector
How Whitehead is turning round the Securities Trust
Mark Whitehead talks about how removing the Securities Trust of Scotland's benchmark helped him start to turn the fund around.
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Former JOHCM chief executive resigns from parent
Gavin Rochussen has resigned from JO Hambro Capital Management’s Australian parent BT Investment Management (BTIM).
Kames' Ennett: Trump good for US high yield, but beware Europe
Kames Capital’s head of high yield David Ennett believes the changing political landscape will be a positive for the US, but negative for Europe in 2017.
Emerging market allocation strategies in need of intellectual leap
Conventional wisdom says emerging markets are riskier than developed markets. In my view, nothing could be further from the truth. So why don’t investors have more of their portfolios there?
A VIEW FROM THE DESK
President Trump will be good for the transmission mechanism of animal spirits
The world will soon turn to the inauguration of Donald Trump. For at least the next four years, global investment markets will be focusing on his Presidency.
Profile: why Patronus Partners' founder left the only job he ever knew
'There was a definite idea of how things would work out over 12 months. When we look back, that was inaccurate'