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.
Despite the doom and gloom currently surrounding emerging markets, the long-term outlook remains favourable. Rayner Spencer Mills’ Ken Rayner considers some fund picks.
Theo Zemek is to exit AXA Investment Managers, handing over her responsibilities to new hire John Porter.
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The US economy is strong enough to support its equity markets when monetary stimulus is reduced. Mike Willans of Canada Life Investments highlights the many opportunities.
Liontrust Asset Management has recorded its 13th consecutive quarter of net inflows, helping push assets under management to £3.4bn.
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Absolute return providers have been forced to respond to capacity questions by changing fund remits or even soft-closing vehicles as flows into the sector leap this year.
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