Former BBC economics editor and now J.P. Morgan Asset Management's chief market strategist for the UK and Europe Stephanie Flanders give her run down of what investors can expect in the year ahead.
Hundreds of multi-asset funds are failing to gain traction among investors despite a concerted push into the space by asset managers, analysis by IFAonline's sister title Investment Week shows.
Prudential has reached five of the six objectives it had set itself for 2013 and is on course to reach its final aim of doubling the 2009 Asia new business profits by the end of the year, Tidjane Thiam said today.
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Invesco Perpetual has begun selling down positions in some of the small and mid-cap companies held by Neil Woodford ahead of the manager’s departure in April.
There are more discussions on costs just now than I can remember at any time, writes Brendan Llewellyn.
Insurer Zurich has given BlackRock the mandate to passively manage £3bn of its funds sold through Allied Dunbar and Eagle Star brands in a move that aims to create stability for investors.
J.P. Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM) is to bring a series of bond funds into the UK market as part of an expansion of its fixed income range.
Discretionary investment management (DIM) is the regulator's new label for discretionary fund management (DFM). Acronym wars aside, what is the case for acquiring DIM capability - and should you bother?
The Investment Management Association (IMA) has responded to the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) concerns over outsourcing arrangements across the industry by producing a set of principles it expects members to adopt and adhere to.
Labour's plans to freeze energy prices could ruin investors in energy companies, the head of the OECD has told BBC's Panorama programme.
Jupiter Asset Management's chief executive Edward Bonham Carter is to hand over his role to Maarten Slendebroek in March next year.
The IMA has launched an online review tool for the Targeted Absolute Return sector designed to help advisers and consumers find and compare funds.
As Scots gear up for a vote next September on whether they want to end more than 300 years of union with England, Laura Miller asks advisers north of the border what impact they think an independent Scotland will have on their businesses
The current system of pension tax relief is “unfairly skewed” leaving those on modest earnings with little reward for saving into a pension, John Lawson has said.
Legal & General Investment Management’s Richard Hodges will take on the management of three additional fixed income funds totalling £2bn in assets, after existing manager Michel Canoy opted to exit the business.
Hargreaves Lansdown has flagged up five key investment themes to benefit from the announcements made in yesterday’s Autumn Statement.
The financial services industry needs a simplified regime within which it can "talk the consumer language", in order to attract people shut out by the retreat of bank advice, BlackRock has suggested.
Banks paid out £81.2m last month to compensate businesses mis-sold complex interest rate hedging products.
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