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US asset manager pulls raft of funds from Chile

The regulator accepted a request from the asset manager to remove a number of the US asset manager's funds from the approved list.

Loomis Sayles bond veteran: take EMD currency risk over playing duration

Loomis Sayle's David Rolley reveals his emerging market debt strategy.

AB EMD veteran quits $1bn fund to join hedge fund firm

Fund manager ends seven-year stint with US asset manager to assume portfolio manager role at BlueCrest Capital Management.

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.

Ex-Templeton multi-asset CIO joins Canadian firm

Veteran who launched own investment boutique in 2015 has joined Calgary-based group in institutional PM role.

Trumponomics: what it means for the US bond market

US fixed income experts give us their game plan as Trump's policies hit bond markets.

Pimco’s $74bn Total Return fund changes tack on uncertain interest rate future

Scott Mather explains why he and his team have shifted positioning at the front end of the curve and what 2017 holds for the giant fund.

Top newly-rated names in global bonds revealed

Citywire Investment Research uncovers the bond specialists providing strong outperformance in the highly-competitive sector.

Franklin Templeton to close US total return fund

US asset manager announces plans to combine strategies to produce a better economy of scale, Citywire can reveal.

Pimco to pay SEC $20m over misleading investors on Total Return ETF performance

Newport-based investment management firm Pimco has agreed to pay $20 million to settle Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charges.