Amundi has launched a Ucits compliant ETF designed to provide diversified US corporate bonds exposure while applying environmental, social and governance (ESG) selection filters.
Fidelity International has stepped up the passives price war with the launch of six low cost Irish-domiciled equity index funds and the reduction of pricing on three existing UK-domiciled index funds.
European investors in a number of iShares ETFs remain exposed to guns as Blackrock responds to the recent school shooting tragedy in Florida in its US range through the launch of firearm-free products.
Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI) has launched a European Residential Property Fund, designed to focus on the low supply and high demand for rented residential property across Europe.
Columbia Threadneedle Investments has launched a global absolute return credit strategy to mirror its existing Threadneedle Credit Opportunities Fund.
Invesco has expanded its Luxembourg-domiciled Ucits range with the launch of the Sustainable Allocation and Global High Yield Short Term Bond funds.
Kevin Murphy and Nick Kirrage’s Schroder Income fund has seen the largest negative move in Sanlam UK’s biannual Income Study.
The active versus passive debate could be history by 2025, according to Blackrock’s Joe Parkin.
Janet Yellen has decided to step down as a member of the Federal Reserve board once her successor Jerome ‘Jay’ Powell becomes chairman.
Asset managers expect a hawkish move by Mario Draghi at the European Central Bank’s (ECB) board meeting today.