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St. James's Place chooses 3 to replace PIMCO on multiasset fund
trueSt. James’s Place hired three managers to run £944 million ($1.5 billion) of assets across its multiasset fund range, replacing PIMCO, said a spokeswoman for the wealth management group.
Invesco adds multiasset client portfolio manager
trueDanielle Singer joined Invesco Perpetual as senior client portfolio manager in its multiasset team, said a spokesman.
Invesco Perpetual expands U.K. equities team
trueRobin West and Tim Marshall were appointed to the U.K. equities team at Invesco Perpetual, a spokeswoman said.
Invesco reports 1.1% AUM gain in quarter, 11.2% rise in last 12 months
trueInvesco on Thursday reported assets under management of $787.3 billion as of March 31, up 1.1% from the end of the previous quarter and up 11.2% from a year earlier.
Invesco Perpetual beefs up U.K. equities team
trueJohn Richards, Hilary Cook and Frederick Bouverat joined Invesco Perpetual’s U.K. equities team, a spokeswoman for the firm said.
Invesco Perpetual's Woodford lands at Oakley Capital Management
trueNeil Woodford in May will begin setting up a new asset management business at money manager and financial adviser Oakley Capital Management, a company spokeswoman confirmed.
Invesco AUM up 6% from last quarter to $745.5 billion
trueInvesco on Thursday reported assets under management of $745.5 billion as of Sept. 30, up 5.7% from the end of the previous quarter and up 12.4% from a year earlier.
Markets give managers nice boost in quarter
truePublicly traded money managers saw modest gains in assets under management for the quarter ended Sept. 30, helped generally by rising equity markets.
William Blair downgrades Invesco after portfolio manager announces departure
trueWilliam Blair & Co. has reduced its rating of Invesco to “market perform” from “outperform” primarily because of a recent announcement that an Invesco Perpetual portfolio manager will leave the firm.
Shutdown foils asset owners and managers
trueThe political paralysis in Washington that shut down the federal government Oct. 1 and is bringing the U.S. within days of breaching its debt ceiling is taking a toll on institutional investors, from spiking short-term borrowing costs and market uncertainty to general frustration.
Sovereign investors shifting to international alternatives cutting core equities, Invesco survey finds
trueSovereign investors with trillions of dollars in assets are accelerating allocations to international real estate and private equity at the expense of long-only investments in core equities and bonds, according to a global survey commissioned by Atlanta-based Invesco Ltd.
Marathon liquidated PPIP fund after earning Treasury 25% return
trueMarathon Asset Management, one of nine firms selected in the credit crisis to manage a government-subsidized program to revive the mortgage-bond market, liquidated its fund after handing the U.S. Treasury a 25% return.
Money managers to sell corporate debt
trueMoney managers like Janus and Invesco are looking to take advantage of favorable rates by selling corporate bonds.
Invesco inflows of $19.2 billion help lift assets 6% in quarter to $729.3 billion
trueInvesco on Tuesday reported strong net inflows in the first quarter, which helped bring its assets under management to $729.3 billion as of March 31, up 6% from last quarter and 8% from a year earlier.
Invesco stable value fund to reopen to new investors
trueInvesco will reopen its $6.3 billion Invesco Stable Value Trust Fund to new defined contribution plan investors on May 1, more than two years after closing it to new investors.