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Mitsubishi UFJ Targets U.S. Asset Managers to Broaden Offerings
Mitsubishi UFJ Trust has been buying asset management firms abroad to globalize its customer base and products. It signed a A$425 million ($436 million) deal for 15 percent of AMP Ltd.
Aberdeen seeks allies in hostile move for Alliance
In an interview with The Sunday Telegraph, Alliance chairman Karin Forseke said neither she nor the board had been approached by Mr Gilbert, and emphasised her support for Ms Garrett-Cox.
Alliance Trust chief Katherine Garrett-Cox defeats shareholder rebellion
The activist hedge fund put a motion before fellow shareholders at Alliance's AGM to consider appointing new, external fund managers to look after the portfolio. Alliance is unusual among large investment trusts in having an internal investment staff ...
Face off: Alliance Trust vs Foreign & Colonial Investment Trust
It has also moved to have structurally higher weights in emerging markets and has implemented a share buyback scheme to manage the discount. Alliance has brought in new investment personnel - notably the headline-grabbing Katherine Garrett-Cox.
Alliance Trust fights off investor pressure
However, Mr Kingsnorth said Laxey might resume pressure on Alliance if a “concrete” proposal emerged from Aberdeen or another asset manager, formally laying out a plan to take over the management of Alliance's assets. He said a detailed proposal would ...
Top JP Morgan banker Ian Hannam resigns over �450000 fine for market abuse
Martin Gilbert of Aberdeen Asset Management said his company would not have survived or been in the FTSE without the banker named "king of the miners".
Big hitters support Ian Hannam over Financial Services Authority  This is Money
FTSE 100 FDs: Secret to their success
Second to him is Aberdeen Asset Management's Bill Rattray and Next's David Keens. Both were appointed in 1991. There is a bit of a gap between 1991 and 1995 with no FDs joining and staying put during this time.
Burma stock exchange planned by Tokyo bourse
Burma is to get a new stock exchange, after the Tokyo Stock Exchange and Daiwa Securities received preliminary approval to help set one up.
Blackstone's credit arm fills funding gap
With almost $50bn under management, GSO has emerged as one of the biggest providers of capital to companies with sub-investment grade ratings in Europe and the US as well as a significant financier of high-profile acquisitions. Indeed, GSO is a leading ...
Citywire's Isa selection: US funds
With the S&P500 already nearing his year-end forecast of 1,440, Mike Turner, head of global strategy at Aberdeen Asset Management, said: "While we are confident in the global recovery, we would not be surprised to see a market correction as the summer ...