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Janus Henderson veteran Stephen Peak to retire
Peak, who joined Henderson back in 1992, is retiring in a reshuffle on Janus Henderson's European equity desk.
Jacob Rees-Mogg's boutique loses $225m US mandate
Somerset Capital Management has lost a $225.2 million (£172 million) mandate with Brown Advisory.
Fee pressure slashes asset manager margins to 2009 low
Global asset managers lost $29 billion (£22 billion) in unrealised profits as their operating margins shrank to 29% in 2018 from a post-financial crisis high of 34% in 2015, according to Casey Quirk estimates.
Vanguard founder and index fund innovator Jack Bogle dies
The godfather of indexing has passed away at age 89
JP Morgan Private Bank names new manager selection head
This will also see appointment of new heads of equity and fixed income research.
FTSE hits six month low as it joins other world indices in sell-off
The fall in the index comes after reaching a record high of 7,877 in May, and a dramatic sell off in other world indices yesterday.
Tesla shares plunge as Elon Musk is charged with fraud
The US watchdog has charged Musk with fraud after he posted a series of Tweets in August about potentially taking the electric car maker private.
Marathon AM wins blockbuster $21bn mandate
London-based Marathon Asset Management has landed a hefty mandate after Harbor Funds dropped Northern Cross as subadvisor of its International fund.
M&G loses $3bn Vanguard mandates as Baillie Gifford gains
Vanguard has completely dropped M&G from its active US fund range after removing the fund firm from $3 billion (£2.3 billion) worth of mandates.
A-rated bond manager to retire from MFS
Fixed income investor to end 30-year stint with asset manager.
A 'most interesting time': Inside eight wealth managers' minds
At our Wealth Manager Conference and Awards ceremony last week senior industry figures told us what is really on their minds
Revealed: Gars pain grows with £17.2 billion blow
We've crunched the data ahead of Aberdeen Standard's results tomorrow and it is not looking good for the multi-asset strategy.
IWD 2019: the unpalatable truth about the gender pay gap
Initial results are not encouraging: based on the reports filed so far the gender pay gap widened by 1%