Internet Explorer 6 is not supported
This site has been built to work in either Internet Explorer 8 and above, Firefox, Chrome or Safari. For a better experience of using this site, please switch your browser or install Chrome Frame
Citywire Global
menu search
Register to get unlimited access to all of Citywire’s Fund Manager database. Registration is free and only takes a minute.
  1. Second senior exit at German giant as multi-management chief departs

    By Chris Sloley on 27 January 2015
    Citywire + rated manager Thomas Romig becomes latest investor to depart Frankfurt-based asset manager, Citywire Global can exclusively reveal.
    In This Article Thomas Romig
    Thomas Romig,
  2. The consumer equity outperformer you might not have heard of

    By Chris Sloley on 27 January 2015
    Citywire Global uncovers the thematic expert topping the table over one, three and five years.
  3. JPM to close Euro inflation-linked bond fund

    By Chris Sloley on 27 January 2015
    Asset management firm to close second fixed income strategy in quick succession, Citywire Global has learned.
    In This Article David Tan
    David Tan
  1. Fixed income head quits T Rowe Price for rival group

    By Chris Sloley on 27 January 2015
    Asset manager announces succession plan as 20-year market veteran opts to join LA-based investment firm.
  2. Carmignac: storm will hit Greece if it leaves the eurozone

    By Luca Rossi on 27 January 2015
    PARIS: The company founder told the group’s annual conference why there is no ‘Grexit’ on the cards and which sectors he is backing.
    In This Article Edouard Carmignac
    Edouard Carmignac
  3. Senior multi-asset manager to exit Union Investment

    By Chris Sloley on 27 January 2015
    Portfolio manager to end four-and-half-year stint with Frankfurt-based group at end of Q1, Citywire Global can reveal.
  4. Overnight Markets: Energy stocks boost Wall Street

    By Himanshu Singh on 27 January 2015
    Shares edged higher as gains in energy companies overshadowed fears that a leftist victory in Greece would bring fresh crisis to the eurozone.
  5. A-shares access: top managers clash on China strategy

    By Chris Sloley on 26 January 2015
    A-shares have rallied since the opening of the Shanghai-Hong Kong Connect, Citywire Global canvassed leading investors on its long-term health.
    In This Article Lee King Fuei Victoria Mio Thomas de Saint-Seine Lan Wang Simond
    Lee King Fuei, Victoria Mio, Thomas de Saint-Seine, Lan Wang Simond
  6. Carmignac’s Ouahba: pockets of value in US HY and EM local debt

    By Luca Rossi on 26 January 2015
    PARIS: Co-manager on the blockbuster Patrimoine fund highlights asset classes to watch and how the group is playing QE.
    In This Article Rose Ouahba Edouard Carmignac
    Rose Ouahba, Edouard Carmignac
  7. Energy elite: the two equity specialists who made money in 2014

    By Chris Sloley on 26 January 2015
    After a turbulent year for the energy sector, Citywire Global uncovers the only managers to have made money in the sector over the past 12 months.
  8. Getting to grips with the Greek election: what Syriza stands for

    By Silvia Sciorilli Borrelli on 26 January 2015
    Anti-austerity or anti-euro? Citywire Global takes a closer look at what the victorious party hopes to achieve in power.
  9. Syriza success: what Greek election fallout means for investors

    By Chris Sloley, Nikolaos Karavias, Emily Blewett on 26 January 2015
    From top managers to leading politicians, Citywire Global collates the hopes and fears coming to the fore following Greece’s election results.
    In This Article Rob Burnett
    Rob Burnett,
  10. Insight Investment bolsters multi-asset management team

    By Chris Sloley on 26 January 2015
    London-based asset manager takes on former Aviva Investors economist to bolster growing investment team.
    In This Article Matthew Merritt
    Matthew Merritt,
  11. ‘Modi mania’ has pushed valuations too far, says EM equity star

    By Chris Sloley on 26 January 2015
    Citywire A-rated Thomas de Saint-Seine says he is optimistic on Indian growth, but has cut holdings as the market is too expensive.
    In This Article Thomas de Saint-Seine Emmanuel Hauptmann Maxime Botti
    Thomas de Saint-Seine, Emmanuel Hauptmann, Maxime Botti
  12. Michael Lipper: the dangerous law of small numbers

    By Michael Lipper on 26 January 2015
    The Wall St veteran and contrarian investor believes 2015 could throw up many surprises not built into economists’ small number estimates.
  13. BlackRock switches lead on flexible Japan equity fund

    By Chris Sloley on 26 January 2015
    Asset management giant hands former analyst portfolio manager post on Luxembourg-domiciled fund.
  14. Asian stocks fall after Greece vote

    By Himanshu Singh on 26 January 2015
    Greece’s anti-austerity Syriza party was projected to win the country’s national elections, fuelling fears about the future of the eurozone.
  15. Hedge fund veteran George Soros 'finally' retires

    By Dylan Lobo on 23 January 2015
    After many threats to retire, the experienced investor confirmed at a dinner at Davos he is handing his funds over to focus on philanthropy.
  16. Greek elections: how Syriza success could shape country’s future

    By Silvia Sciorilli Borrelli on 23 January 2015
    Former World Bank economist Elena Panaritis sees Syriza as an opportunity for the country but international investors stay cautious.
  17. Skagen’s Kon-Tiki team: four high-conviction EM bets to back

    By Chris Sloley on 23 January 2015
    Nordic boutique names four high-profile picks the group is backing to succeed in its €5.7bn flagship developing world fund.
We use cookies to give you the best experience on our website. You can continue to use the website and we'll assume that you are happy to receive cookies. If you would like to, you can find out more about cookies and managing them at any time here. This site is for Professional Investors only, please read our Risk Disclosure Notice for Citywire’s general investment warnings