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Jul 31, 2014

Axa closes gilt fund due to low yields

John Madziyire’s Sterling Gilt fund will close on September 8, but he will continue to run the Sterling Long Gilt fund.

Jul 31, 2014

Assets hit £271.5bn at Schroders

Schroders announced record AUM in its half-year results as it continued to integrate the wealth management business of Cazenove Capital.

Alternative Investments| Jul 31, 2014

Jupiter reunites former Swip manager with Clunie

Ivan Kralj joins Jupiter to work with James Clunie (pictured) on the Jupiter Absolute Return fund.

Investment Trusts| Jul 30, 2014

Schroder Income Growth trust scraps performance fee

Simplified annual charge of 0.75 per cent replaces complex former fee structure.

Equities| Jul 29, 2014

Woodford sends IMA UK equity income sales to record high

IMA data shows £1.4bn of the £2.1bn total net sales of open-ended funds in June went into UK equity income funds.

Equities| Jul 29, 2014

UK election ‘could spook markets’

Miton UK Value manager fears political wrangling could hit recovering stocks.

Analysis & Opinion

Interview| Jul 28, 2014

“It’s the same process you face on the sports field”

Nyree Stewart talks to the Neptune’s Scott MacLennan on how playing sport has helped him not just be competitive – but deal with losing, too.

FTAdviser BlogonRegulation| Jul 22, 2014

Adviser Rant: Making simplified advice restricted is flawed

If the consumer wants advice, then they should be free to choose who provides this.

From Special Report: Mid-Year Review - July 2014| Jul 07, 2014

Infrastructure plays vital role for future

Focus on green infrastructure could be passed over in favour of projects with more tangible impact, such as roads and communications.

From Special Report: Mid-Year Review - July 2014| Jul 07, 2014

Small players will survive – bigger is not always better

Smaller platforms can move faster, offer a wider range of investment vehicles and adapt to the market more efficiently.

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Special Reports

Summer Investment Monitor - June 2014

As we near the end of the first half of 2014, a look back at markets shows some surprising and not so surprising trends.

Economic Indicators

Advisers can curb the bad investment instincts of clients

Clients are upping risk after a long period of gains in markets meaning advice has a chance to prove its worth.

Special Reports

UK Equities - June 2014

Property has been hanging on at the periphery of investors’ preferred equity markets for some time, not out of favour, but not popular either.

FTAdviser Blog

Net closing in on dodgy Sipp transfer advice

Week in Brief: £500,000 fine was quickly followed by latest in a series on alerts.

Special Reports

IA 100 Club: Battle of the asset classes

Investment Adviser this year rolled out a nationwide series of 100 Club roadshows on multi-asset investing.

FTAdviser Blog

Why it could be time to start heeding the warning signs

Markets appear to be rising in the face of political and economic upheaval, but the likelihood of a correction is growing.

Recent Articles
  1. Newton high on Sanlam’s ‘black list’
    Jul 29, 2014

    Newton high on Sanlam’s ‘black list’

    The £2bn Newton Higher Income fund nears top of ‘black list’ of funds in Sanlam survey.

  2. Aberdeen’s assets drop as client withdraws £4bn
    Asia Pacific| Jul 28, 2014

    Aberdeen’s assets drop as client withdraws £4bn

    Outflows from combined Aberdeen and Swip business hit £8.8bn in the second quarter of 2014.

  3. Brooks Macdonald confirms Levitas acquisition imminent
    Discretionary Management| Jul 24, 2014

    Brooks Macdonald confirms Levitas acquisition imminent

    The wealth manager is set to bolster its risk-adjusted funds range with the acquisition of Levitas as funds under management soared 28 per cent.

  4. Rathbones ends legal dispute with £15m settlement
    Jul 24, 2014

    Rathbones ends legal dispute with £15m settlement

    The wealth management company has paid £15m to settle a legal battle involving a former director of a Jersey trust.

  5. Bank keeps rates on hold in unanimous vote
    Economic Indicators| Jul 23, 2014

    Bank keeps rates on hold in unanimous vote

    Monetary Policy Committee’s nine members agree to keep rates at historic low of 0.5 per cent.

  6. Brewin sees asset growth but advisory outflows pick up
    Discretionary Management| Jul 23, 2014

    Brewin sees asset growth but advisory outflows pick up

    New pricing structure prompts some outflows from advisory business but discretionary assets rise; income from trail falls on ‘planned reduction’.

  7. Cross confident rotation to ‘quality’ stocks will continue
    Jul 22, 2014

    Cross confident rotation to ‘quality’ stocks will continue

    Manager’s Liontrust fund is outperforming this year as quality stocks finally find favour.

  8. Experts hail Mott’s career on retirement
    Jul 21, 2014

    Experts hail Mott’s career on retirement

    Analysts and managers hail outgoing PSigma manager for successful dotcom strategy

  9. Leigh Himsworth leaves City Financial
    Equities| Jul 21, 2014

    Leigh Himsworth leaves City Financial

    City Financial’s head of UK equities Leigh Himsworth has left group as is understood to be joining rival Fidelity.

  10. UK lending conditions improve
    Jul 18, 2014

    UK lending conditions improve

    BoE expects demand for credit from businesses to continue rising.

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