Tag Archives: UK

GUEST POST: How regeneration projects are affecting property investors

By Jessica Sullivan, commercial property adviser, UK. Regeneration and gentrification are often on the receiving end of much criticism, especially when locals are being priced out of the area. This has been a particularly delicate issue in London where developers are acquiring land or blocks of flats to knock down and build luxury developments on,… Continue Reading

GUEST POST: Ten things to consider for real estate investment

By Joanne Davidson.* Investing your money into real estate could be exciting, but if you’re new to the game, proceed with caution. If you get things right, you could hit the jackpot, but if you don’t think things through, you could face a lot of losses. Properties usually cost around six digits. Before you invest… Continue Reading

GUEST ARTICLE: The Pros and Cons of Investing In Property in the UK

By Maise Hunns, a British journalist writing on business, property and finance. Investing in property is always a gamble but there are pros and cons to everything. So if you’re thinking of investing in commercial property in Peterborough or anywhere else in the UK, there are a number of things you need to consider first. Continue Reading

Moorgate Capital reports second ‘milestone’ deal for 2016

By Andrei Skvarsky. Moorgate Capital, a London-based financial advisory firm, has announced the completion of this year’s second “milestone” transaction it has been involved in, a deal in which one of its serial clients, a leading European producer of packaging, was sold to an investment company. Continue Reading

Pelham Capital's Martin Starting New Long/Short Fund

Daniel Martin is planning to launch a new long/short hedge fund based in London. The new effort, named Rye Bay Capital, will take long and short positions in a number of instruments across a variety of industries, according to a Bloomberg report. The new fund will reportedly launch in the fourth quarter of this year.… Continue Reading

Duet appoints Fugmann and Lees as co-CIOs of natural resources long/short equity fund

Duet Group, a USD5.5 billion global alternative asset manager, has appointed Ulrik Fugmann and Edward Lees has senior managing directors and Co-Chief Investment Officers of Duet Natural Resources.  Fugmann and Lees, the founders of North Shore Partners, are integrating their strategy and business into Duet, adding to the group’s strong commodities and emerging market franchise.… Continue Reading

Emerging Markets Equity Portfolio Manager – London

Our client is a well-established Alternative Investment Management firm which invests across different asset classes and markets. Currently they are looking for an experienced Emerging Markets Equities Portfolio Manager to join their London office and spearhead a new fund launch. The current AUM across the firm is in excess of $5bn. The successful candidate will… Continue Reading

Equity Research Analyst – Buyside

Looking to source a bright and analytical equity research analyst for our tier 1 hedge fund client. The ideal candidate will have an excellent academic background and strong modelling experience, preferably with up to 3 years’ experience. There is a leaning towards those that have exposure to any of the following sectors: Industrials Automobiles Chemicals… Continue Reading

Armajaro Commodities PM Tilney Stepping Down

Armajaro Asset Management’s John Tilney is stepping down from the lead manager role of the company’s flagship Armajaro Commodities Fund. Tilney will become an advisor to the fund, according to media reports. His role will be assumed by Armajaro partner and fund co-manager Oliver Denny. Armajaro’s Commodity Fund is down 5.49% year to date, according… Continue Reading

Rothschild Asset Management Names Michael Woods as CEO

Rothschild Asset Management, the US asset management business of the Rothschild Group, has appointed Michael Woods as its new CEO. Woods joins the firm frrom Deutsche Bank, where he was Head of the Americas, Global Client Group for Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management and CEO of DWS Investments. In these roles, he was responsible for… Continue Reading

Rokos Hires Goldman's Riley For New Hedge Fund

Former Goldman Sachs co-head of Asia Pacific macro trading, Stuart Riley, has joined Brevan Howard ex-trader Chris Rokos in his new venture, according to media reports. Rokos, who reportedly made $4 billion for Brevan Howard between 2004 and 2012, began setting up his own fund after a legal dispute with Brevan came to an end… Continue Reading

Moscow Exchange forum in London draws “record audience”

By Andrei Skvarsky.  Moscow Exchange has said its annual forum in London on October 22 brought together a “record audience” of more than 300 market participants and “shed light on opportunities in Russia’s capital markets, upgrades to market infrastructure and product development at the Exchange, and the future of regulatory reform”. Continue Reading