Richard Pease has filed a High Court claim against his former company Henderson Global Investors over what he sees as unpaid money owed, according to a Sunday Times report.
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Catalan fund buyers brace for next market correction
The start of the year has been rough for equity markets, but investors in Barcelona expect another market plunge before summer. They are also hedging their bets politically, it seems, as the uncertain investment outlook has prompted many to drop their support for independence.
Growing EM/DM split is hitting dividends
The latest Henderson Global Dividend index shows an increasing polarisation between emerging and developed markets, reflecting in particular the contrasting fortunes of the US and China.
Getting sick of Varoufakis – Grexit tops agenda at Expert Investor Portugal
Close to half of the audience of fund selectors assembled in Lisbon believed financial markets underestimate the risk of Greece leaving the eurozone (though at the same time only a quarter thought a Grexit would actually happen. “If some complacency has come into the market we are probably guilty of it as well,” admitted Richard […]
Distributor roundtable An alternative future
EIE’s editor Dylan Emery invited four of the most senior fund distributors in Europe to discuss industry trends. The conversation revealed that absolute return does not only top fund selectors’ buy lists. It also dominates the agenda of asset management companies.
Bavarian fund buyers keep faith in economy
Fund buyers in Bavaria are confident that their economy has not run out of steam yet.
rethink needed on flabby european high yield
Investors should re-orientate their strategies in the fast-growing European high yield market, according to research house Cerulli
returns fail to dent ucits hedge fund appetite
Demand for Ucits-structured hedge funds is likely to grow over the next year, according to data provider Preqin
pri engagement cuts corruption risk
Signatories of the PRI initiative helped reduce corruption risk at 16 companies over the past three years, according to a study.
future of europe
The European panel discussion was heated, with both sides expressing strong views on the fate of the eurozone