The war between Alliance Trust and Elliott Advisors rages on as the trust issues its circular ahead of its annual general meeting next month.
France and Italy set to pass laws which could unfairly impact minority shareholders and their say about how companies they invest in should be...
Manager set to take a career break after 15 years with company and potentially seek role outside industry.
Property tops Investment Association sales in February but US equity funds hit with largest level of outflows since records began in January 1992.
The Baillie Gifford Japan Trust has reported an active share for the first time as it outperformed its benchmark in the six months to February 28.
Group hires former Threadneedle manager John Peta as head of its emerging market debt team.
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