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Janus Henderson EM head Finegan and four-strong team to exit
Glen Finegan wil leave on 18 April to 'pursue other avenues', while his four-strong emerging markets team will leave in November.
GAM 20-year Asia equity veteran latest fund manager exit
Michael Lai, who joined GAM in 1998, will leave the company following a transition period.
Citywire 20: Hugh Young's bleak lesson
In the latest video to mark Citywire's 20th birthday, Aberdeen Standard Investments Asia head reminisces about one of the toughest periods in his career.
Wealth boutique hires compliance boss from First State
Edinburgh asset manager Aubrey Capital hired Andrew Ward from First State to head compliance and operations.
Eight funds ISA investors are backing on Hargreaves' platform
Investors are increasingly looking overseas for returns when it comes to choosing funds
Man’s quant arm launches China equity fund
New systematic approach designed to capture A-shares opportunities.
How this EM small-cap fund is benefiting from the Bolsonaro boost
Somerset Capital's senior analyst Kumar Pandit reveals how Brazil boosted the firm's EM Small-Cap fund's returns.
India can thrive with or without Modi
Three industry experts claim that however Narendra Modi performs in the upcoming elections, Indian companies will continue to provide opportunities.
Jacob Rees-Mogg's boutique loses $225m US mandate
Somerset Capital Management has lost a $225.2 million (£172 million) mandate with Brown Advisory.
The top performing fund managers of the last decade
Active managers with 10-year track records are a rare breed, and those who have outperformed over that period are even more difficult to find.
What Quilter/Lighthouse tells us about consolidation wave
Since the beginning of this year at least 14 deals have been announced but how do valuations in the financial advice and wealth management sector look like?
Why are so many wealth managers desperate to pack it in?
Increased regulation, Brexit, short-termism - with so many pressures piling up, it comes as no surprise wealth manager job satisfaction is on the decline.
Top 30 under 30: how wealth firms can appeal to young talent
The young guns of 2019 tell us industry’s boorish and boring image must be tackled.