Profiles & Comment
Why Ben Goldsmith is downplaying his fund’s three-year milestone
Ben Goldsmith would prefer investors wait until next year to assess performance on his thematic investment trust, Menhaden Capital, despite it reaching its three-year milestone in several weeks’ time.
Canada Life’s Marchant: Equities aren’t too expensive
For David Marchant, asset allocation requires a balanced approach as markets emerge from an extended period defined by quantitative easing and low rates.
It’s coming home: Has the UK been written off too soon?
Ahead of England’s highly-anticipated World Cup quarter final clash against Sweden on Saturday, Iboss senior investment analyst Chris Rush picks his world-beating UK equity fund manager starting line-up.
Arbuthnot’s Gardner: ‘We are considering other overseas locations’
Arbuthnot Latham’s StJohn Gardner explains how he is inspired by the scouting movement’s can-do attitude and the benefit of having no in-house products when developing client solutions.
Liontrust’s Husselbee: Managers must have a 10-year track record
Liontrust’s John Husselbee has resolute opinions on the art of fund management, shunning managers and active funds with a track record any shorter than 10 years.
Neuberger’s Drijkoningen: We don’t have a prima donna approach
Rob Drijkoningen took his whole team with him from ING Investment Management to Neuberger five years ago and he still finds the entrepreneurial culture of his employers to be empowering.
Quilter’s Alan McIntosh: My biggest beef with wealth management
Alan McIntosh’s 36-year investment career started with a difficult choice between the humanities and economics but while the numbers game won out he has utilised his love of literature in his approach to business.