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Rare beasts and Jammy Hearts: 15 fund manager stock affairs
To a paraphrase a great man, investment is 'like a box of chocolates – you never know what you're going to get'.
AJ Bell slashes fees again as assets climb
The ongoing charges figure (OCF) for all of the funds has been capped at 0.35%, with the investment platform’s management charge remaining fixed at 0.15%
Ruffer ups protection as 'treacherous' bond accident fears grow
Ruffer has increased its protection against credit, which it described as the most 'treacherous' part of the financial system
Woodford in dog house as underperforming assets rocket 753%
The number of straggling strategies featured in Bestinvest’s biannual ‘Spot the Dog’ report has nearly doubled.
Wealth majors sign to Defaqto founder's vetting service
The gatekeeping service launches with 18 registered DFM firms and approaching a hundred IFA users
Tilney compliance boss exits after less than 18 months
Katherine Domanski, formerly interim head of regulation policy and governance, has replaced him in the role.
Fund sales obliterated in 2018 after December 'sea of red'
Investment Association figures for last year show total fund industry assets under management dropping by 6.5%.
Former BGI boss puts cash behind HANetf funding round
A number of investment veterans have joined the firm as it completes its second funding round
Janus Henderson launches new appeal over Pease’s fees
Janus Henderson has been granted permission to appeal a ruling that found it at fault over fund boss Richard Pease’s management fees.
Tilney hires from S&W to bolster Birmingham office
Tilney has hired an associate investment director to its Birmingham office, as it seeks to expand its footprint in the Midlands.
Tip of the iceberg: why are wealth firms culling jobs?
After a number of wealth firms announced job cuts, we look at whether this is the start of a wider industry trend.
Three ESG veterans on their top investible megatrends
We present five ideas from fund managers on themes and stocks which could give investors bang for their buck in more ways than one
Shared parental leave: are fund firms doing enough?
Some firms are taking steps to tackle the issue but many remain silent about their policies.