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Boutique turns AA-rated manager’s fund green
Castlefield Investment Partners has launched a sustainable multi-asset fund as it overhauled several of its core funds into sustainable mandates.
Rise of ETFs: 'active managers must evolve or die'
The lower cost of passive products has led investors to question whether long-only active managers can actually claim to provide value for money.
Bond fund sales climb to multi-billion record in 2017
The Investment Association (IA) monthly statistics for December showed 2017 saw net sales of UK funds hit £63 billion.
Profile: Affinity’s Julia Warrander on the importance of diversity
'Sometimes there are 10, sometimes 20 people around a table and, more often than not, I’m the only woman,' says the Affinity Wealth co-chief investment officer
Moody's: Mifid II could force fund firms to slash fees
The ratings agency highlights how Mifid II could put further pressure on fund fees.
BlackRock launches macro opportunities fund
BlackRock has launched an absolute return global macro opportunities fund.
Consultancy rolls out data solutions division ahead of Mifid II
Asset and wealth management consulting firm Alpha FMC has launched a new data solutions division to meet growing demand.
Profile: Kleinwort Hambros' boss on how to manage five banks
Welding together Kleinwort and Hambros – two of Britain’s most historic banks, founded in 1786 and 1839 respectively – was always going to be a challenge.
Profile: Walker Crips explains why the only way is
Given it is in Zone 6 and only a stone’s throw away from London, one might ask why Walker Crips needs an Epping branch
Julius Baer upgrades Dublin office for Brexit boom
Julius Baer has moved its Dublin headquarters to new premises as it prepares to beef up its presence in Ireland for a post Brexit boom