Premier Asset Management has appointed hedge fund specialist Chris Wright to its premier dividend fund.
Analysing the multi-manager universe this month reveals some clear trends, with absolute return and target return managers receiving a lot of attention.
Bank of England governor Mervyn King’s heavy-handed rejection of proposals to help the mortgage market floated by Sir James Crosby shows there is little consensus on what needs to be done in the homeloan sector.
Pension Protection Fund chief executive Partha Dasgupta has announced that he will leave the role in June 2009.
Manager Adrian Gosden explains how a strong balance sheet means companies can survive volatility – even in the aftermath of a debacle like VW’s. To watch the video click here
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