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M&G cuts fund charges as it moves to single fee model
17 June 2019, 13:55
The asset manager is cutting prices for 90% of its UK fund range.
M&G slashes fund charges for new direct service
23 May 2016, 06:41
The firm has cut charges on its fund range through a new online service, which it is complementing with the removal of research costs.
Prudential to cap manager pay after Woolnough scoops £32m
24 March 2016, 19:04
Reports have emerged of the insurance behemoth’s plans to impose a ceiling on the remuneration of top fund managers at M&G Investments.
Riddell exits M&G after 12 years
03 July 2015, 13:45
Manager's departure sees reshuffle of fixed income management.
Nangle, Woolnough & Riddell bag boost on War Bond call
31 October 2014, 12:21
Toby Nangle, Richard Woolnough and Jim Leaviss have all enjoyed a last minute bump to their October performance stats as the government calls in a perpetual Gilt
Why M&G's corporate bond fund makes A-rated Clive Beagles sad
21 November 2012, 13:38
JOHCM UK Equity Income manager Clive Beagles fears RDR will increase the domination of large funds and explains why he prefers Standard Life over Hargreaves Lansdown in the the stricter regulatory climate.
How Berry beat the market for 10 straight years
17 October 2012, 14:50
Berry's Mark Robinson and Jamie Berry explain how their defensive strategy has managed to return 10 straight years of positive returns.
Should you be worried about bond ETF liquidity?
19 September 2012, 12:42
The Financial Services Authority is concerned about liquidity in actively-managed corporate bond funds, but questions are being raised as to whether this affects exchange traded funds (ETFs).
Bond rush: fixed income funds take over 50% of July inflows
28 August 2012, 11:21
Growing concerns about liquidity have not deterred investors from continuing to pile into bond funds with data showing the sterling corporate bond sector was the best-seller in July .
Invesco happy to see bond fund inflows despite liquidity fears
28 August 2012, 10:37
The asset manager remains 'confident' managers Paul Causer and Paul Read can continue ro manage the £5.5 billion Corporate Bond fund effectively despite growing liquidity concerns among rival investors.