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The firm is to close Ashby's £10 million Enhanced Income fund and Holden's £63.5 million UK Focus in a streamlining of its UK equity franchise, Wealth Manager can reveal.
Tom Tuite Dalton's new role of product manager will see him support the likes of Invesco Perpetual UK equity head Mark Barnett.
Raven Russia, a £565 million fund focused on Russian warehouses that has long been one of Neil Woodford’s favourite trusts, has reported strong annual results despite turmoil in the country.
Dalton's Spence on the NCI's plans, conflicts of interest and European regulation.
Ben Gill took over the fund from David North in 2011, which has underperformed over the past three years.
Cornelian faces the departures of Bill Bulloch, an associate director who sits on the investment team, and Dougie Robb, director of finance, compliance and operations.
Funds are getting bigger and bigger, but can the managers handle the capacity? Jonathan 'JB' Beckett explores.
Cazenove UK Opportunities manager believes the time is ripe to move out of cyclicals and into more defensive areas of the market.
David Solo, group chief executive officer of GAM, has insisted that his group will not cut its fees to attract greater flows.
The firm has announced that Mark Barnett has now replaced Neil Woodford as the pilot of the range.
Eight funds have been added and seven removed in our bi-annual review of Citywire Selection.
It may be the world's second largest oil producer but little is known about Saudi Arabia's stockmarket. In his monthly column Charlemagne Capital co-investment chief Julian Mayo explores.
L&G Investments' Dynamic Bond Trust manager believes it's the perfect time to buy cheap protection against rate rises, five years after the Bank of England slashed them to a historic low.
M&G’s Richard Woolnough says that investors should take advantage of the likely sell-off in bonds when interest rates rise.
Citywire AA-rated Sebastian Luparia has stepped back from his position as co-manager of the JPMorgan Brazil investment trust.
In an environment where cash and Western government bonds yield so little, investors have to be innovative.
Legg Mason is set to integrate its platforms following the takeover.
BlackRock UK Special Situations fund manager Richard Plackett is taking a six-month sabbatical.
Paul Niven will replace Tigue on the £2 billion trust on 1 July.
Edinburgh Investment is both the best performing and most deeply European discounted trust of 2014. What gives?
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