Invesco, Virtus and AllianceBernstein share their latest figures
With hire of 20-year Franklin Templeton alum
Mirabaud, Kames Capital, ClearBridge, AllianceBernstein and Janus Henderson ranked best
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Private banker David Saab will join Generali and industry titan Peter Kraus at new low-cost investment manager
Scope’s top small asset manager Comgest outperforms group’s top large manager Kepler-Fonds, according to Morningstar data
The opening of the China A-shares market to foreign investors provides a window for China-focused funds to push ESG criteria into greater prominence in the world’s second largest economy.
In the year of the dog shares of companies based on the Chinese mainland are set to emerge as leaders of the pack for investors in China as the world’s second largest economy enters the MSCI Emerging Markets Index in May. But European investors have already begun to move.
The top European US equity funds returned between 15.14% to 25.63% over the sector average since US president Donald Trump took office in 2017, according to FE Analytics. But negative sentiment is leading many fund selectors to pull out the asset class.
US equity fund managers believe the S&P 500 can continue to add to a 26% rise over the past year. But barring good news to come out of Washington, there is little to cheer about for expensive US equities.
Bitcoins have attracted a tremendous amount of noise this year and are now firmly in the mainstream. But are cryptocurrencies a passing fad? Or should investors be paying attention?