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Investment Week celebrated the 20th anniversary of its flagship Fund Manager of the Year Awards at a glittering ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall last night.
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Former Old Mutual bond manager Stewart Cowley has launched a new venture providing investment advice and portfolio management to advisers and fund groups.
Fixed income funds saw their first net outflows since January 2014 last month, according to the Investment Association’s (IA) latest figures.
The UK All Companies sector should remain a core part of investment portfolios up and down the country, writes Ken Rayner, but monitoring volatility and market sentiment is crucial
Tantrum or not, the extraordinary spike in government bond yields is something to take seriously, writes Peter Lowman...
Professional Adviser's sister title Investment Week is pleased to announce the finalists for its 20th annual Fund Manager of the Year Awards, to be held at the Royal Albert Hall on 9 July.
Prudential's Stan Russell discusses the fresh set of risks advisers face in light of pensions freedom and choice
Global economic growth could be described as modest at best, so the implications of Greece defaulting on its debt and potentially exiting the EU don't bear thinking about, writes Peter Lowman...
Foreigner investors have been selling UK gilts at a faster rate than at the peak of the financial crisis in 2009, ahead of the general election.
If we are on the threshold of a dollar bull market, it's worth reflecting on the outcomes from previous rallies, writes Peter Lowman...
With QE having sunk yields on safe haven sovereign debt, those seeking an income in later years face having to reassess their attitude to risk.
The performance disparity between absolute return funds forced the Investment Association into changes in 2011. Fatima Khizou assesses whether they're working for investors...
Profits at Partnership Assurance dropped 51% to £64m in 2014 due to falling individual annuity sales in the wake of the Budget reforms, latest results show.
The income investor knowledge gap is a causing Jasper Berens sleepless nights but he believes advisers can join the dots
The contrasting fortunes of the US, UK and Europe are causing a fixed income allocation headache for advisers and investors. Stewart Smith attempts to provide some relief...
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