Movers & shakers: November 24

Victoria May joins Insight Investment

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Neil Woodford who has set up WIM. Photograph: Rosie Hallam ©Rosie Hallam/FT
Investment manager says UK sector deserves more financial support to prevent a brain drain to the US
Neil Woodford who has set up WIM. Photograph: Rosie Hallam
©Rosie Hallam/FT

Woodford backs UK biotech in new fund

Manager says UK sector deserves more financial support

Neena Gill

Political animal stalks EU money funds

British MEP Neena Gill says European growth is her priority

Kerstin Hessius

Pension revamp tests resilience of AP3 boss

Kerstin Hessius says it is business as usual at state buffer fund

Movers & shakers: November 17

Magnus Spence resigns as Dalton CEO

P&G/Buffett: batteries included

Breaking up an empire can be as selfish as building one

Bill Gross: Manning or Balotelli?

Star’s move has served Janus well, just not in the way one might expect

Mark Florman

Harrow School dropout tries to save world

Ethics attracts capital, says the businessman and philanthropist

Fidelity faces questions over flagship funds

Abigail Johnson has taken over as CEO, but the change may be hard

Movers & shakers: November 10

Peter Elston moves to Seneca IM from Aberdeen AM

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