Funds & Fund Managers
Property can be central pillar in ethical investment proposition
There is a gap in the market for ESG fund managers in commercial properties, while alternatives such as microloans are boosting entrepreneurship in developing regions
Hargreaves Lansdown considers dropping Woodford from own funds
The broker says it is considering its position over suspended Woodford Equity Income fund, held in six of its multi-manager portfolios.
'I can’t remember anything quite like this': veteran investor stunned by Woodford's fund freeze
Veteran investor Peter Walls says suspension of Woodford Equity Income fund is unique event in his decades involved in investment.
Hargreaves drops Woodford from Wealth 50 after Equity Income suspension
Woodford Equity Income cut from Wealth 50 after dealing suspension while Woodford Income Focus could face heavy redemptions following removal
Woodford Equity Income suspends dealing after spike in withdrawals
Dealing in Woodford Equity Income suspended with immediate effect, trapping £3.7 billion of investors' savings held in Neil Woodford's flagship fund.
RBS drops Aviva for Coutts on £2.3bn funds sold in branches
RBS drops Aviva as manager of funds run for high street banking customers and hands mandate to private banking arm Coutts.
Populist portfolios: managers prepare for radical policies
Investing giant Ruffer is preparing for more radical policy shifts after the next market downturn. But investment director Bertie Dannatt says inflation could help tackle rising sovereign debt
Hargreaves clients vote with their feet on Woodford's Wealth 50 status
Customers of UK's biggest stock broker give short shrift to Woodford Equity Income's inclusion in fund buy list as they join exodus.
Be honest about recession uncertainty, says Miton's Jane
'Visibility on economic outcomes is perhaps six to nine months ahead in terms of reality, the rest is guesswork,' according to Miton multi-asset manager David Jane
McQuaker buys basket of assets to offset possible pain
Fidelity multi-asset manager Bill McQuaker has achieved positive returns for his Multi Asset Open range by holding less equity than his peers and backing a little-known Japanese fund