Artemis Investment Management co-founder Derek Stuart is stepping back from fund management to focus on the firm’s charitable foundation.
Despite the beginning of 2022 looking promising for European equities, the first half of the year for the asset class has been fraught. However, as policymakers in Europe start to take concerted action to hit net zero as soon as possible, certain sectors and funds are looking more favourable.
VH Global Sustainable Energy Opportunities has raised gross proceeds of £122m in its most recent fundraise, short of its initial £150m target.
Listed small-cap companies generating surplus cash may have the upper hand when the economy faces recession, as businesses in the sector look to acquire formerly leveraged entities, debt-free, at a cheaper price, according to Gervais Williams, manager of the Miton UK MicroCap Trust (MINI).
The Financial Conduct Authority has said there is a “clear rationale” for it to provide regulatory oversight of “certain ESG data and rating providers”.
Q2 2022 was the worst quarter for initial public offerings on the UK Alternative Investment Market (AIM) since 2009, research by UHY Hacker Young has found.
VanEck has listed two new ETFs targeting space and sustainable food on the London Stock Exchange.
PIMCO has named Qi Wang, managing director and portfolio manager, as chief investment officer for portfolio implementation, based in the firm’s Newport Beach office.
Shop price inflation in the UK accelerated to a near 14-year high in June, powered by a sharp rise in food prices as retailers battle rising supply chain expenses and a decline in consumer spending.
Asset Value Investors has announced it has “concerns” about the independent directors of Japanese manufacturer Fujitec, questioning if they “are representing shareholders’ best interests”.