Funds & Fund Managers
AA delivers boost to Woodford as shares soar
Shares surge on bullish comments from boss, boosting fund manager Neil Woodford, the roadside recovery group's largest single shareholder.
Aberdeen Standard equity restructure sees six fund managers exit
The restructure follows the mega-merger between Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management last year.
Sage slump knocks Terry Smith and Nick Train
Shares on course for worst day in 25 years after cut to guidance, dealing blow to big fund manager backers Terry Smith and Nick Train.
Bids fly but Syria fears keep FTSE in check
Takeover bids and reports excite investors but FTSE 100 stays planted ahead of possible US air strikes against Syria.
Brewin cuts extra costs as it hits halfway point in MPS overhaul
The wealth firms has unveiled extra savings after transferring £750 million worth of MPS assets into its new manager-of-manager funds.
Nick Train: why I taught myself to be bullish
A defining moment in Nick Train's career came when he stopped trying to sound mature and embraced bullishness, he writes for Citywire.