SWFs pull billions from asset managers

State-backed vehicles withdrew $8.8bn in first quarter

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John Plender doubts whether fund managers can be regulated into active stewardship

Brexit job losses loom for London funds

City will lose out to Ireland and Luxembourg

Giles opted for his workstation to remain in the EU
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Fund houses pick through Brexit wreckage

The damage to asset managers of Britain leaving the EU was immediate, says Chris Newlands

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Make way for the robot stock pickers

Automation is expected to revolutionise the investment industry

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Body language predicts dodgy hedge funds

Investors urged to check facial expressions and emotional state

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John Plender doubts whether fund managers can be regulated into active stewardship

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Hedge funds win big from Brexit bets

Crispin Odey and Marshall Wace reap short-selling gains

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Puerto Rico stays in election headlines

‘Foreign law’ bondholders seem to be losing the current round of the debt crisis, says John Dizard

Dealmakers warn of chaos with UK tie-ups

Acquisitions will be harder to complete, but targets look cheap

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Asset managers reel after Brexit vote

Shares tumble amid concerns over Brexit’s impact on fund sales

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