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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?
Think Mifid II shook things up? Wait till you see what’s coming next
This year is shaping up to be another transformative one for research providers.
Lighthouse boss: we'll struggle to find a better fit than Quilter
Lighthouse CEO Malcolm Streatfield has responded criticism that Quilter's £46 million deal for the business does not represent its true value.
What Lighthouse’s biggest investor thinks of the Quilter deal
Shareholders in Lighthouse are holding out for a better offer than the £42 million Quilter has dangled in front of them to buy the AIM-listed national advice business
'Angry' Mumford slams Quilter's 'predatory' Lighthouse deal
Citywire AA-rated Paul Mumford will oppose Quilter's £46 million deal to buy Lighthouse, saying it seriously undervalues the advice network.
Wealth Manager's 35 most popular fund managers in Q1
From the thousands of fund managers we track, we highlight the 35 which drew the most attention in the first quarter.
Bumper yields and UK bets draw fund managers to house builders
With yields in double figures for some house builders, fund managers are drawn to their sector as the 'cleanest' contrarian bet on the UK economy.
The 11 funds dumped in 'annus horribilis' for sales
Eleven funds each saw more than £1 billion leave the door last year, in a grim year for global stock markets.
CWM at 10: five stocks that blew the lights out
As we celebrated Wealth Manager's ten year anniversary, we talked to seven fund heads about stock picks which delivered quadruple digit profits since 2009
Vodafone drags down FTSE but Fever-Tree fizzes
FTSE 100 endures third day in the red, but trading brings big moves outside the blue-chips, with Fever-Tree shares soaring