Equities

        Alarm bells: The growing income investor knowledge gap

        Professional Adviser | 27 Feb 2015 | 10:42

        The income investor knowledge gap is a causing Jasper Berens sleepless nights but he believes advisers can join the dots

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        Retail fund sales plummet after strong 2014

        Retail fund sales tumbled last month in a reversal of the strong inflows seen in 2014, according to the latest Investment Association (IA) figures.

        Professional Adviser | 26 Feb 2015 | 12:00
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        Inflows slow at Jupiter in 2014 despite overseas boost

        Net inflows at Jupiter Fund Management slowed to £900m during 2014, compared to £1.2bn seen in the previous year, but the group said it is "particularly pleased" with inflows from abroad.

        Professional Adviser | 26 Feb 2015 | 08:36

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      The only way is up: Will FTSE hit 10,000 by 2022?

      Three prominent London Business School academics have calculated the FTSE 100 has a 50% chance of hitting the 10,000 level by 2022, following its recent record-breaking performance.

      Professional Adviser | 25 Feb 2015 | 12:31
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      Fourth Invesco Perpetual fund to exit UK Equity Income sector

      Invesco Perpetual’s £600m Income & Growth fund is to move out of the Investment Association’s UK Equity Income sector after failing to meet the trade body’s yield requirements.

      Professional Adviser | 24 Feb 2015 | 08:52
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      Govt sells further £500m Lloyds shares

      The government has sold a further £500m of Lloyds Banking Group shares through a trading plan launched in December, taking the total amount of money recovered for the taxpayer from the bank to just under £8bn.

      Professional Adviser | 23 Feb 2015 | 07:45
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      Sector report: How times have changed in UK Equity Income

      With historical dividend-paying stocks in disarray, fund managers have a tricky task providing a steady stream of income. So, Clive Hale wonders, who has been attracting all the money?

      Professional Adviser | 10 Feb 2015 | 15:56
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      Sanlam Income Study: The winners and losers

      JOHCM’s Clive Beagles has seen his UK Equity Income fund demoted in Sanlam Private Investments’ latest Income Study, while AXA Investment Management’s George Luckraft has moved on to the recommended list.

      Professional Adviser | 09 Feb 2015 | 12:11
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      Fund size: Why bigger is rarely better

      Huge fund inflows don't always lead to poor performance, but the number of coincidences, and the wider problems of fund capacity, are too plentiful for Josh Ausden...

      Professional Adviser | 06 Feb 2015 | 21:40
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      Professional Adviser | 06 Feb 2015 | 09:58
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      Former head of UK equities Peter Lees exits F&C

      Peter Lees has resigned from F&C, two months after handing over his UK equity fund to other managers.

      Professional Adviser | 05 Feb 2015 | 11:39
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      Nick Train: M&A has forced us to look off-benchmark

      Nick Train has a growing level of M&A activity in recent years has forced him to add non-benchmark holdings to his UK equity portfolios.

      Professional Adviser | 04 Feb 2015 | 08:30
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      Aberdeen suffers further £5bn outflows in Q4

      Aberdeen Asset Management suffered worse-than-expected outflows of £4.8bn in the final quarter of 2014 as poor emerging market sentiment weighed on its funds.

      Professional Adviser | 03 Feb 2015 | 08:02
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      Future-proofing: How asset managers are meeting the pensions challenge

      Chancellor George Osborne's major shake-up of pensions, announced in last year's Budget, came as a major shock to the financial services industry.

      Professional Adviser | 02 Feb 2015 | 15:50
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      Professional Adviser | 30 Jan 2015 | 13:48
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      Retail funds see highest inflows since 2010

      Retail fund sales last year were at their highest level since 2010, according to the latest figures from the Investment Association (IA).

      Professional Adviser | 28 Jan 2015 | 12:23
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      Sector report: Looking for value in a North America waiting on a rate rise

      Though the recovery of the world's most influential economy is set to continue, headwinds in the shape of a rise in interest rates are building. Ken Rayner asks: How will North America cope?

      Professional Adviser | 23 Jan 2015 | 15:57
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      Fidelity’s Greetham to exit

      Fidelity Worldwide Investment’s asset allocation director Trevor Greetham is to leave the company, Professional Adviser's sister title Investment Week can reveal.

      Professional Adviser | 20 Jan 2015 | 09:54
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      Everyone's talking about... The UK

      In the fifth part of our new series looking at the most topical investment themes for the quarter ahead, Professional Adviser asks multi-managers: with an election looming and record low inflation, how attractive are home grown investments?

      Professional Adviser | 16 Jan 2015 | 12:18

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