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Update: Janus Henderson European equities duo to join Schroders

Bill Casey and Nick Kissack, former senior European equity analysts at Janus Henderson will join Schroders in February next year as fund managers.

OMGI transfers ISA service to Hargreaves Lansdown

Old Mutual Global Investors (OMGI) is to transfer £63m of ISA accounts to Hargreaves Lansdown in 2018 as it concludes its current service no longer meets the expectations of investors.

BlackRock launches global aggregate bond ETF

BlackRock has expanded its fixed income range with the launch of the iShares Global Aggregate Bond UCITS ETF.

Liontrust to absorb research costs post-MiFID II

Liontrust Asset Management has said this morning it will take research costs onto its own P&L following the implementation of MiFID II in January, with an estimated annualised impact on the group’s revenues of £1m-£1.5m. ...

Autumn Budget 2017: Housebuilders fall on Hammond’s land banking review

Housebuilders saw their share prices fall in the wake of the Autumn Budget 2017 speech, where Chancellor Philip Hammond announced a review into firms’ land banking practices.

Autumn Budget 2017: Top ten takeaways

From disappointing OBR figures to pleasant surprises, Investment Week has summarised ten key points from Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Autumn Budget 2017.

Autumn Budget 2017: Stamp duty boost for first-time buyers

Chancellor Philip Hammond has abolished stamp duty for first-time buyers on properties worth up to £300,000 and on the first £300,000 on properties worth up to £500,000 in higher-value areas, such as London.

Autumn Budget 2017: Government to publish ‘long-term strategy’ to support UK asset managers

The government is set to publish a new long-term strategy on how it will ensure the UK’s asset management industry will “continue to thrive”.

Autumn Budget 2017: Lifetime allowance increase confirmed

Budget papers have confirmed the lifetime allowance (LTA) for pensions will increase to £1,030,000 for the tax year 2018/19.

Autumn Budget 2017: New EIS and VCT rules revealed to boost investment in higher risk businesses

Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced plans to double EIS investment limits for knowledge intensive companies, while as expected ensuring EIS vehicles are “not used as a shelter for low risk capital preservation schemes”. ...