Latest articles from Chris Newlands

Anbieter / Asset Management | 01 Mai 2017

Fund managers disappoint over female hiring

Three-quarters of fund management companies say they have no intention of introducing gender-related targets for recruitment, despite many asset managers employing zero female staff to run their clients’ money.


Steep rise in pension funds’ asset management fees

Pension funds are paying asset managers up to 70 per cent more than six years ago, highlighting concerns that investors are losing out due to a severe lack of price competition within the investment management industry.

Anbieter / Asset Management | 06 März 2017

Standard Life poised to reveal £11bn Aberdeen takeover

Plans to create the UK’s largest asset manager with the scale to compete on the global stage are set to be unveiled in an £11bn all-share takeover of Aberdeen Asset Management by Standard Life.

Anbieter / Asset Management | 05 Dezember 2016

FTfm: Anne Richards staunches flood of outflows at M&G

First female chief executive says the fund house’s ‘direction of travel is right’. 

Anbieter / Asset Management | 28 November 2016

‘Tide of nationalism’ drives worsening pension deficits

Brexit and the election of Donald Trump concern Europe’s largest retirement funds.

Anbieter / Asset Management | 19 September 2016

Fund houses move to fight gender pay gap

Aberdeen, Baillie Gifford and Franklin Templeton undertake detailed audits of staff remuneration

Anbieter / Asset Management | 01 August 2016

Fund fees could be squeezed to 0%

Asset managers are under pressure to adopt loss-leader strategies.

Anbieter / Asset Management | 04 Juli 2016

Brexit: Asset managers retreat from the City of London

Asset managers have begun their slow detachment from London following Britain’s historic vote to leave the EU, with fund companies finalising plans to reduce their reliance on the City.

Asset managers pick through Brexit wreckage

The damage to asset managers of Britain leaving the EU was immediate, says Chris Newlands. 

Anlagen / Strategie | 08 Februar 2016

Allianz Global Investors buys bond house from Old Mutual

Allianz Global Investors, the €427bn fund house best known for offering equity funds, has put itself in competition with sister company Pimco with the purchase of fixed income boutique Rogge Global Partners.

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