James Carthew: is China’s transformation overlooked?
After a stellar year for Chinese equity investment trusts, investors are wondering whether the party can continue.
Schroder AsiaPacific cuts management fee
Schroder AsiaPacific manager Matthew Dobbs believes investors are failing to recognise China's stabilising influence on the global economy.
Alliance Trust manager: this is the hardest market in decades
Two of the new fund managers in charge of Alliance Trust warn that share valuations look stretched.
Activist Third Point takes aim at 'staid' Nestle
American activist Daniel Loeb has accused Nestle of being 'stuck in its old ways', as he calls for higher profit margins at the consumer brands giant.
Monks poised to issue shares after stellar year
Global investment trust could soon issue new shares after strong investment performance saw near double-digit discount wiped out in a year.
Scottish Mortgage shunned Uber after company threatened journalist
Managers of FTSE 100-listed investment trust reveal why they never backed troubled taxi app operator, but have recently bought into Lyft.
Ranger starts arbitration over collapsed lender
Ranger Direct Lending has started arbitration proceedings against the parent company of Princeton Alternative Income following the collapse of lender Argon Credit.
ScotGems squeezes to market with minimum £50m flotation
Modest support for Stewart Investors’ new global smaller companies’ trust partly offset by news of legendary US small-cap investor James Findlay joining the board.
AA-rated yield star on how the election changed the UK
David Smith talks about merging with Threadneedle Select and positioning in the UK before and after the election
JPM cuts fee on American trust by up to 50%
JP Morgan has announced it is to cut the annual management fee of its £926 million JPM American investment trust by a baseline 30% and up to a marginal rate of 50%.