Movers & shakers: October 27

Capital Group hires Katja Wiechers for business development role

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Security guards stand outside the U.S. Federal Reserve building in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, Dec. 4, 2008. The Federal Reserve drained $25 billion in temporary reserves from the banking system when it arranged overnight reverse repurchase agreements, or repos. Photographer: Brendan Smialowski/Bloomberg News ©Bloomberg
Few investors believe hedge fund managers and private equity firms are worth the fees they charge
Neil Woodford who has set up WIM. Photograph: Rosie Hallam ©Rosie Hallam/FT
Switching funds when a top manager or respected team moves jobs is a difficult decision
Eric Colson

Artisan hitches its wagon to the stars

Chief executive unabashed about promoting star manager culture

Eclectica hedge fund bleeding assets

Investors pull out of Hendry fund despite relatively robust performance

Chris Hitchen

The secret sauce of railway pensions

Railpen CEO embarks on move to manage more money in-house

New Fidelity CEO could trigger departures

Senior staff expected to leave as Abigail Johnson takes over

Richard Pease

Richard Pease follows Woodford’s lead

Star fund manager leaves Henderson to set up own boutique

Will the bond king’s reign benefit Janus?

Questions asked about the long-term future of Bill Gross

Movers & shakers: October 20

David Wilton to join Morgan Stanley AIP from the IFC

Person in the news: Abby Johnson
©Joe Cummings

Abby Johnson: Leader of Fidelity

The fund manager’s new chief has inherited not only her father’s role but also his devotion to it

BlackRock’s Fink takes swipe at Pimco

Asset manager touts team approach as it beats forecasts

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