Watch: ex-Green leader on why all investments should be sustainable
Former Green Party leader Natalie Bennett has demanded rules to ensure that all investments meet criteria suitable for the planet's sustainabilityBy Ollie Smith - 07 March 2019, 07:00
Can ESG funds invest in 'controversial' SJP?
St Jame's Place has attracted criticism from competitors and the press for its costs and charges, but does this matter to an ESG manager?
Must watch: Tim Shipman's take on our big bowl of Brexit tweets
At our annual conference last week, Ollie Smith was joined by Sunday Times political editor Tim Shipman to rifle through a big bowl of Brexit tweets.
Managers decry 'cuppa soup' ESG fund pretenders
Four specialist ESG and SRI fund managers gathered in the Citywire studio to debate the misleading claims made by some managers when it comes to a fund's green credentials.
'An irrelevant and dangerous question': Train on rates fears
Finsbury Growth & Income manager gives short shrift to argument higher interest rates will erode the value of big consumer brands he owns.
Quoted on camera: what seven investment bosses revealed to us
The heads of providers, platforms and asset management firms have been in our studio this year. Ollie Smith finds out what they said about the hottest issues
Mark Barnett exclusive part 2: why I'm not buying Lloyds
In the second part of our exclusive video interview, Barnett explains why he has no intention of buying Lloyds, and where he sees the greatest income opportunities.
Mark Barnett goes back to basics after 'frustrating' run
Invesco Perpetual Income and High Income manager says he has re-examined some of his major holdings after heavy share price falls.
CIO Tapes 2: two warnings and a lot of optimism
Our group of leading asset management CIOs see a lot of opportunities – and overseas investors are buying UK too
CIO Tapes: 'passive funds are anti-capitalist'
Citywire recently gathered three of the UK's leading fund investment heads to discuss their hopes, fears and the issues that their jobs throw at them daily.