Funds & Fund Managers
Miners cap FTSE gains as Vale ruling sparks price fears
Miners hold back FTSE 100 as court ruling allows Brazil's Vale to increase iron ore production, sparking price fears
Nick Train sinks £256m into Schroders as he pushes US invasion
In the latest of a series of punchy recent moves, Citywire AA-rated Nick Train has put around £256 million into Schroders, upping his stake by more than a third.
Rosemary Banyard exits Buffettology firm for 'personal reasons'
Rosemary Banyard is to step down as investment director at Sanford DeLand Asset Management for 'personal reasons' two years after joining the business.
Woodford rocked as Guernsey suspends his unquoted stocks
Shock move represents blow to manager's strategy of listing unquoted stakes offshore to keep flagship fund within City regulator's rules.
'You know nothing': eight Game of Thrones fund lessons
With Game of Thrones set to return to screens next week, eight Liontrust’s fund managers shared investment lessons illustrated by the harsh world of Westeros
How to escape the star manager succession trap
How are fund buyers currently handling key manager risks?
Funds hit as fraud charges smash Indivior and fallout knocks Reckitt
Shares in 'mid-cap' drug maker crash 75% as US Department of Justice alleges fraud, while shares in former parent Reckitt Benckiser fall 5%.
Is the Debenhams collapse peak pain for high street retail?
Amid the persistent challenges to the UK high street, are fund managers finding opportunities in consumer-focused companies?
Liontrust bucks trend to attract £581m in UK equity bonanza
Liontrust Asset Management’s first quarter inflows more than doubled to £581 million, driven by inflows into its UK equity fund range.
Making it rain: how water funds caught a following tide
While water supply in the developed world is irredeemably associated with regulated monopoly utilities, a huge range of opportunities exist in the sector