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Woodford Investment Management launches first fund

Newly created asset management company, Woodford Investment Management will act as investment manager to its first fund, the CF Woodford Equity Income Fund, which launches on 2 June 2014...

Anaplan raises $100 Million in financing

This week Anaplan announced it has completed its Series D round of $100 million in financing, bringing total investment in the company to $150 million...

Today's market commentary

Today’s market commentary, courtesy of Beaufort Securities:   Market opening: Markets are likely to open lower today...

True Potential adds Goldman Sachs Asset Management to Wealth Platform

True Potential Investments has added a new Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM) income strategy fund to its Wealth Platform; it has been reported this week...

‘New fund won’t be another boutique investment company’ – Neil Woodford

Neil Woodford’s latest investment fund will be a fund management heavyweight, not another boutique investment company, Hargreaves Lansdown has revealed...

Investors home in on Build-to-Rent opportunities due to lack of traditional investment stock

Many investors are looking to broaden their horizons by utilising Build-to-Rent opportunities; due to the lack of existing investment stock resulting in a change of strategy for many, CBRE has reported...

Standard Life predicts an expansion of M&A activity in 2015

There will be further expansion of mergers and acquisition (M&A) activity into 2015, according to Standard Life, the global investments manager...

UK Commercial Property performs well in Q1

The rate of growth in UK commercial property rents continued in Q1, increasing by 1.1% and 3.0% over the last twelve months, according to the CBRE UK Prime Rents and Yields Index...

‘AIM stocks stamp duty removal effectively halves costs to investors’

By Stuart Welch, CEO of TD Direct Investing    After the removal of stamp duty from AIM shares on Monday of this week, Stuart Welch of TD Direct Investing believes that consumer investment costs could be halved...

Invesco Asset Management fined over £18m by FCA

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Invesco Asset Management Limited and Invesco Fund Managers Limited (Invesco Perpetual) £18,643,000 for exposing investors to greater levels of risk than they had been led to expect...

Schroders appoint Head of Global Equities

Schroders has this week announced the appointment of Alex Tedder as Head of Global Equities.   He will join the firm in June 2014 from American Century Investments where he was Senior Vice President and Co-head of Global and Non-US Large Cap Strategies...

Investor guidelines for ‘SIPPs’

By Ian Stott, Client Services Director at TCC   What is a SIPP   A Self-Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) is a type of personal pension plan that enables a consumer to make their own decisions about where and how the money they pay into their pension is invested...

Big brands back Ecobuild for growth in 2015

As the Government unveiled eight major new renewable energy projects yesterday, representing a staggering £12billion of investment by 2020, it seems market confidence is high as big brands from across the energy market have invested in Ecobuild, a global event for the sustainable design, construction and energy sector...

FCA appoints competition and investment banking specialists

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have appointed David Saunders and Gunner Burkhart d as senior advisers...

Cloud funding: Liverpool raises cash to turn flyover into urban park

Campaigners have succeeded in their first step to turn a derelict flyover in Liverpool into an urban sky park...

DB Platinum CROCI Global Dividends fund surpasses $500 million in assets

Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management’s (DeAWM) DB Platinum CROCI Global Dividends fund has surpassed $500 million in assets under management (AUM), as the Cash Return on Capital Invested (CROCI) ‘real value’ investment methodology continues to attract assets...

Investor confidence in bonds and international equities shows strong growth

Investor confidence in bonds and non-European equities has increased this month, according to the Lloyds Bank Private Banking Investor Sentiment Index, with European investors’ lack of action in the European market partially due to increased caution because of the recent situation in Ukraine...

‘Lack of investment in training could threaten UK recovery’

A sharp drop in training is putting organisations at risk of stagnating, losing top talent and falling behind the competition, according to assessment and development consultancy a&dc...

UK’s family businesses will contribute £218 billion a year to the UK economy by 2018

First generation family-owned SMEs are set to see revenues rise 21% from £540 billion a year to £661 billion by 2018, according to a new report by Barclays Business...

Inward investment drives Central & East job markets

Employment levels in the Central & East regions increased by 34% between Q4 2013 and Q1 2014, according to the latest contract and interim employment update from Venn Group...



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