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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 May
All May's movers and shakers from the world of asset management
BlackRock’s £6bn Euro equity manager steps down
Former Citywire AAA-rated manager hands over £6bn worth of funds.
‘Inspirational’ JP Morgan manager Sarah Emly dies
Boards of JPMorgan Claverhouse, Elect and Income & Capital trusts praise 43-year-old fund manager for her courage and humour during period of ill health.
How five managers benefited from the Trump bump
Managers share their 'Trump bump' trades one year after the election.
One third of big firms struggling with Mifid II deadline, survey finds
Boutiques deemed to be better in position as new regulation looms.
AAA-rated Ali: Identifying the peripheral European plays
Citywire AAA-rated Tawhid Ali thinks that plenty of good stocks in the European periphery are being thrown out with the proverbial bath water.
JPM: Euro equity may be at a high, but it still screams value
Eurozone equities have traded sideways since peaking in May, but do they still look attractive over the long-term?
French firm targets UK investors with first onshore fund
French asset management firm DNCA Investments has announced the launch of its first UK Oeic.
JP Morgan's Baker: where I find the best income opportunities
John Baker, manager of the Elect Managed Income trust, also outlines his views on bond proxies and dividend sustainability.
Slave to the (algo)rhythm: under the bonnet of robos
Whether you are pro or anti-robo, a believer or a non-believer, the speed of digital change is increasing and new models will continue to evolve.
How wealth firms are tackling staff anxiety and depression
Financial giants reveal the support mechanisms for staff contending with mental health problems.
Active ETF launches slow on 'secret sauce' fears
Firms who want to turn their killer equity strategies into an ETF are encountering a big problem: transparency.