Female fund managers in decline

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Number of portfolio manager positions held by women falls for six years straight

Editor’s choice

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Experts believe the investment industry has been slow to tackle risk
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Regulators have turned their attention from banks to systemic risks caused by asset managers

M&G, UBS worst on responsible investment

Charity ranks fund houses on UK’s stewardship code

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Neptune publishes ‘active share’ of funds

Move is response to claims that many funds are ‘closet trackers’

Old cars in Havana, Cuba
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Frontier investors eye Cuban loans

Price of loans jumped after diplomatic breakthrough with US

‘Robo investing’ on fruit and nut fringe

ETFs have turned even long-term investors into macro hedge fund managers, says Stephen Foley

Cyber crime
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Cyber crime threat stalks fund houses

Experts believe industry has been slow to tackle risk

Capital markets v adventurous drillers

Sometimes, it seems, low gas prices do not cure low gas prices, finds John Dizard

The long-term wisdom of the wily investor

David Oakley advocates a long-term view rather than obsessing over quarterly data points

Liquidity fears loom over fund industry

Regulators turn their attention from banks to asset managers

Dana Emery

‘Dodge & Cox: proud of being old school’

Chief executive says media-shy ‘underdog’ trades on trust

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