Wealth Manager - the site for professional investment managers

Register free for our breaking news email alerts with analysis and cutting edge commentary from our award winning team. Registration only takes a minute.

The value of resilience

Windsor Castle is one of the UK’s most iconic landmarks and it purposefully served as an inspiring location for Columbia Threadneedle Investments’ Chris Kinder to discuss the UK equity market.

The manager of the Threadneedle UK and UK Extended Alpha funds explains why the recent market strength in the UK was not based on a growing economy or a temporary ease of political concerns. Reflecting on his 18-year career through various market cycles, Kinder gives insights into why his conservative strategy is set to prove right again in the future.

To watch Part 1 in the series, click here. To watch Part 2, click here.

This article was provided by Columbia Threadneedle Investments and does not necessarily reflect the views of Citywire

Citywire TV
Play Tim Steer: fund managers will have to get 'stuck in'

Tim Steer: fund managers will have to get 'stuck in'

The second part of our film with former Artemis and New Star fund manager Tim Steer looks at how his profession has evolved over the past two decades.

2 Comments Play Tim Steer: how to spot a stock disaster coming

Tim Steer: how to spot a stock disaster coming

The former Citywire AAA-rated fund manager has written a book on 22 stock disasters and how forensic examination of annual reports could have spotted them coming.

Play CEO tapes: the gap between best and worst alternatives is stark

CEO tapes: the gap between best and worst alternatives is stark

In the final part of our series we take a look at the rise of illiquid investing and whether it really serves in clients best interests.

Read More
Your Business: Cover Star Club

Profile: why the world of wealth is fracturing

Profile: why the world of wealth is fracturing

The problem with wealth management, according to Robert Paul, London & Capital’s youngest ever partner, is that it is very antiquated.

Wealth Manager on Twitter