Funds & Fund Managers
Is it time to buy government bonds?
After the 10-year US Treasury yield moved above the magic 3% last month, some income investors now consider the asset class an attractive defensive play.
Managed portfolios: Smith & Williamson recovers from referendum
Allocating to Japan and macro hedge funds has paid off for Smith & Williamson
How fund managers deliver retirement income in a storm
Talya Misiri speaks to a quartet of portfolio heads who say their funds can offer drawdown investors absolute returns irrespective of market turmoil.
How multi-asset funds are guarding against Brexit uncertainty
With equities doing so well, fund managers are looking for alternatives to bonds as conservative plays, such as fixed income and foreign currencies
Music trust's 5% yield strikes a chord with funds
Hipgnosis, the music royalty trust set up by Beyoncé's former manager, is proving a hit with fund managers looking for an alternative to bonds.
Rathbones' Coombs piles into safe havens on UK recession fears
Citywire AA-rated multi-asset manager believes the chances of a hard Brexit plunging the UK into a recession are more than 50/50.
Citywire UK fund manager awards 2018: shortlists revealed
We reveal the fund managers who made it to the shortlist in the 2018 awards.
'You must be on your toes': how managers mix investment styles
Mixing and matching investment styles is less a case of either growth or value but more of making the best use of different investment approaches.
Why multi-asset managers are divided on UK equities
The FTSE may be up, but multi-asset fund managers are not united on whether the time is right to invest in UK equities, despite this strong recent performance.
Leap of faith: the trouble with judging absolute return risk
Complex investment strategies and lack of a reliable benchmark make it hard to gauge the true risk of these funds.