Funds & Fund Managers
'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.
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.
Lighthouse's amazing 'hidden value': rare insight from a top investor
'As the second largest institutional shareholder of Lighthouse I have been asked several times: do you think the shares are undervalued?,' says Melwin Mehta, who has held the stock for almost a decade.
Why IHT investors should fear hidden AIM concentration risks
WIth not all AIM shares qualifying for IHT relief, there are limited options for AIM IHT providers to invest in
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.