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.
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.
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.
CEO Tapes: dangerous data and great technology
In the third part of our latest series the debate turns to technology and the huge impact it is having on the fund management industry.
Quilter CEO on IFAs, robos & his own DB transfer
In the final part of our interview with Paul Feeney, the Quilter chief executive declares that the government has 'left the ring' on savings policy, rounds on robo-advice, and reveals his own experience of the DB transfer market.
CEO Tapes: ESG - we need to get better at the 'G'
In the second part of our CEO series, we explore the burgeoning ESG concept with fund bosses outlining how they try to make a difference.
'They've done it before': Feeney on Quilter quitters
In the second part of our exclusive video interview with Paul Feeney, we hear the Quilter CEO's views on the investment managers leaving the firm, along with his promise to platform users.
CEO Tapes: women - ask what's in it for you?
In a new CEO series, a revealing film discusses the myth that asset management is a meritocracy and why men tend to be more pushy when it comes to pay rises and promotions.
The outperforming UK fund minnow that's a bit different
MFM UK Primary Opportunities manager Oliver Brown sheds some light on the secret behind his fund's recent strong run.
Kames' Peacock: finding the best income opportunities
Return expectations may be lowering for commercial property, but the asset class will continue to deliver 'steady, if unspectacular returns' over the next few years, says Kames Capital's Richard Peacock.
Beyond robo: a new wave of tech is ready for prime time
A new breed of fintechs are entering the market: apps targeting niche investors.
Artificial intelligence will not replace sound investment advice
Can artificial intelligence every really replace a trusted wealth manager?
Finding value from a 1990s stock darling
In the race to discover the latest Faang opportunity, has old favourite Microsoft been overlooked?