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H2O Asset to reinstate entry fees for some funds

19 Jul 2019

LONDON H2O Asset Management, part of French bank Natixis , plans to start charging clients again to join some of its funds, it said on Friday, after suspending fees in an effort to attract business after an outflow of client cash.

UPDATE 1-H2O Asset to reinstate entry fees for some funds

19 Jul 2019

* Had been hit by Morningstar liquidity, governance concerns (Adds detail from statement, background)

Making sense of chaos? Algos scour social media for clues to crypto moves

17 Jul 2019

LONDON After months of relative calm in cryptocurrency markets, bitcoin exploded back into life in April with its sharpest price jump in over a year - but few people could convincingly explain why. | Video

Activist hedge fund Elliott takes stake in UK's Saga

17 Jul 2019

Activist investor Elliott has disclosed a stake in Saga Plc less than a month after the specialist tourism and insurance firm warned discounting was hurting its tours business.

Deutsche Bank in wealth management hiring spree

30 Jun 2019

LONDON Deutsche Bank plans to hire 300 more relationship and investment mangers for its wealth management business by 2021, as part of a plan to bulk up in areas the German lender hopes will bring steadier revenue streams.

Listed Woodford fund plans overhaul as feels shareholder heat

28 Jun 2019

LONDON The listed investment fund of embattled British money manager Neil Woodford plans to cut debt and bolster its board after pressure from shareholders spooked by a steep slide in its share price.

UPDATE 2-Listed Woodford fund plans overhaul as feels shareholder heat

28 Jun 2019

* Hires new audit committee chair; shares up 3.5% (Recasts, adds detail, share price, analyst reaction)

Policymakers turn up heat on Woodford after fund suspension

26 Jun 2019

LONDON Bank of England Governor Mark Carney on Wednesday said illiquid funds that allow savers to take money out at will were "built on a lie", in the latest criticism of British investment guru Neil Woodford's management of his suspended flagship fund.

Exclusive: Investors with $34 trillion demand urgent climate change action

26 Jun 2019

LONDON Investors managing more than $34 trillion in assets, nearly half the world's invested capital, are demanding urgent action from governments on climate change, piling pressure on leaders of the world's 20 biggest economies meeting this week. | Video

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