Funds & Fund Managers
Data analysis: The truth about investing in 'wild frontier' markets
Frontier markets each carry their own specific risks and opportunities. But our analysis reveals this very lack of correlation also delivers moderate volatility when you take them together, and they lack correlation to domestic risks too.
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.
RLAM's Greetham: a US recession is possible by 2020
In an interview at the New Model Adviser® Retreat last week, Trevor Greetham of Royal London Asset Management said that a US recession was now possible.
FTSE skirts losses as investors shrug off Trump's tariffs
Investors shrug off US president Donald Trump's unveiling of $200 billion of tariffs on Chinese imports.
Baillie Gifford manager: SJP fees 'very high' and must come down
Edinburgh fund group has implemented a dramatic overhaul to the former Schroder UK Growth portfolio it inherited.