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Welcome to Fundweb

Welcome to, the successor to

Brought to you by the news team behind Fund Strategy, the goal is a fast, broad, more insightful news service from a dedicated, web-focused, team. Fundweb also carries all the Fund Strategy weekly magazine content.

So what has changed? First, the name. The aim is to maintain a link with the Fund Strategy magazine, but reflect this in a pure web service. Fund Strategy’s key strength is, and has always been, its analytical news and features. With our web site we are building a brand whose focus is on being first with the breaking fund and economic stories.

Second, the site has been redesigned. Much effort has gone into understanding how our users want their information presented. The result is a site that is cleaner in appearance and simpler to navigate. (article continues below)

A significant change is that Fundweb has teamed up with Financial Express Trustnet. This provides the site with an integrated fund data research service that links our users to factsheets, manager profiles and performance data. Over the coming weeks these facilities will become fully integrated into Fundweb for the benefit of all our users.

Fundweb also continues’s legacy of carrying blogs from journalists and top-end investment intermediaries, while also introducing the latest video content.

In addition to Fundweb’s leading fund and economic content, there is a dedicated section bringing our users the latest regulatory issues that affect their businesses.

I hope you enjoy the new site and any feedback would be much welcomed. Happy browsing!



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