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Could ETFs contribute to the next recession?
Asset managers clash over likelihood of ETF capacity to handle volatility
Veritas veteran exits fund role to focus on strategy
Veteran to focus on chairman role as London-based boutique outlines expansion initiatives.
ASI multi-asset boss Guy Stern to retire; Schroders' Forest hired
Aymeric Forest has been hired to lead Aberdeen Standard Investments' £140 billion multi-asset team following the retirement of Guy Stern.
Five giant funds investors are selling en masse
Citywire Selector takes a closer look at the heavyweights who sought huge withdrawals over the past six months.
Citywire UK fund manager awards 2018: shortlists revealed
We reveal the fund managers who made it to the shortlist in the 2018 awards.
You're hired! 20 top wealth and fund moves in June
The UK was hit by both a heatwave and an investment management hiring wave in June.
Six in and three out in Aviva multi-asset restructure
Aviva Investors see six hires and three exits in rapid
Veritas hires former co-manager of £5.3bn Newton income fund
The boutique asset management firm set up by a group of Newton alumni has poached a fund manager from its old firm.
The top 10 selling European fund boutiques in 2018
A rundown of the boutiques that have taken the most inflows across Europe this year.
SJP drops BlackRock from alternatives fund in triple change
St James’s Place has changed the managers on three of its fund strategies, including a £1.2bn alternatives mandate previously run by BlackRock.
A 'transformational' moment for wealth fee models?
Confusion continues to reign as wealth managers face a three-month deadline to disclose more detailed breakdowns of their charges to clients for the first time
'Spaghetti junction': 10 voices on May's historic Brexit loss
With three months left before the UK is set to leave the EU, a cloud of uncertainty hangs over the markets
The 'buried' regulation putting fund firms at risk
Regulatory consultancy Bovill has warned fund firms are at risk of getting caught out by 'forgotten' new securities rules coming into force this summer.