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Janus Henderson veteran Stephen Peak to retire
Peak, who joined Henderson back in 1992, is retiring in a reshuffle on Janus Henderson's European equity desk.
15 fund managers to watch this month
We have picked out managers across the investment universe entering or moving up the Citywire ratings over July and August 2018.
Marathon AM wins blockbuster $21bn mandate
London-based Marathon Asset Management has landed a hefty mandate after Harbor Funds dropped Northern Cross as subadvisor of its International fund.
FCA chief: I'm concerned about Priips, and I'm not alone
In a speech to the London Business School, Bailey expressed serious reservations over EU legislation introduced at the start of the year.
Terry Smith sinks his Fangs into social media titan
Citywire AAA-rated Terry Smith builds his flagship fund's technology exposure with a top 10 position in social media giant.
SJP drops Axa IM from £3 billion trust
St. James’s Place is to drop Axa Investment Management as the manager of its £3 billion Balanced Managed Unit trust after over a decade.
Regulation heavyweight tells FCA ‘heads should roll’ over Priips
Ex-Fidelity policy head Philip Warland has launched a blistering attack on financial watchdogs, describing Priips as the 'the worst piece of financial regulation ever in Europe'.
FCA says trusts can take steps to avoid KID mis-selling risk
Financial Conduct Authority intervenes in row over misleading 'key information documents' (KID) saying investment trust groups can supply extra information.
Brewin hands advisers £3m model portfolio charge cut
Brewin Dolphin has cut charges on its managed portfolio service in a move which it claims will save advised clients £3 million a year.
Baillie Gifford to close £10bn pension fund range
Group switching savers into retail funds, giving private investors chance to access Scottish Mortgage strategy in an open-ended fund.