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The CEO tapes: ‘to compete with the Americans you need to make deals’

What is driving the urge to merge? Our panel of top execs clash over consolidation.

The CEO tapes: 'clients don't know the risks they are taking with ETFs'

This segment of the CEO Tapes series focuses on the rise of ETFs and what some leading asset management chief executives think about the popularity of passives.

The CEO tapes: start-ups are stealing our clients

From robo to big data, rapid technological advances are changing the face of the industry, so how do asset managers make sure they are on the right side of this?

The CEO tapes: I couldn't hack the 'alpha' male culture

In the first of a series of exclusive interviews with four top asset management CEOs at Citywire's HQ in London the role of women in fund management takes center stage.

The Scottish are coming! Aberdeen and Standard Life eye US expansion

The joint chief executive of Aberdeen and Standard Life, Martin Gilbert, tells Citywire executive chairman Lawrence Lever about his plans for the asset manager and the thinking behind the deal.

Long on bonds: corporate bonds’ best and biggest compared

VIDEO: Does the assets heavyweight hold his own in performance terms? Dr Nisha Long takes a closer look.

Long on bonds: inflation-linked leaders and biggest players

VIDEO: Citywire Investment Research runs the rule over the specialist sector’s stand-out and compares them with biggest money-takers.

Lights, camera, action! Citywire Miami 2017 on film

We highlight the key topics discussed during our annual Miami Retreat in this wrap-up video.

Long on bonds: the biggest and best in US corporates

VIDEO: Our head of cross-border investment research runs the rule over the leading lights in the credit-focused fixed income market.

Venezuela could be next EMD turnaround story, says NB manager

Neuberger Berman’s co-head of EMD believes reform and regime change could enliven the Latin American market.