The manager research team at wirehouse Wells Fargo has expanded rapidly over the last three months and is still looking for one more recruit.
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Smart beta shop's co-CEO and CIO is to leave the business after 17 years, in the firm's second major leadership change this year.
Having dodged disaster in 2008, Matt Brill is always wary of risks on the horizon. The Invesco fund manager reveals how he uses his never-say-die philosophy from the soccer field to score every dollar he can.
Star manager Ryan Caldwell's boutique asset manager is to launch its second mutual fund in the fall, a global small- and mid-cap strategy.
TimesSquare Capital Management has been added to the fund’s subadvisor line-up, which already included Schroders and Wellington Management
Hedge fund founder and DOL opponent lasted just 10 days in his role as director of communications before being removed by president Trump.
Populist politics creates uncertainty, turning investors away from a country, but William Blair’s Thomas Clarke is taking on the risk with his currency calls
Randy Gwirtzman has entered the small-cap stratosphere in recent months with sector-topping returns. But this meteoric rise belies years of diligent research and gradual position building for his Baron Discovery fund
As the DOL’s fiduciary rule comes into force wirehouses and broker-dealers are slashing funds. Alex Steger takes a look at who’s cutting and what criteria they’re using to decide which funds will go under the knife