Aberdeen Asset Management has bought Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP) from Lloyds Banking Group for some £660m.
Lloyds Banking Group has moved closer to a sale of Scottish Widows Investment Partnership as it seeks to strengthen its balance sheet, according to reports.
Carbon reduction activities could have a very positive return on investments, delivering an average return of 33%, according to a report published by Carbon Disclosure Project, an international not-for-profit organisation.
Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP) has appointed Calum Smith to the newly created role of head of Global Aggregate in its fixed income team based in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP) has appointed Kenneth Anderson as investment director in its global strategy team. Anderson will work out of SWIP’s Edinburgh office.
Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP) has announced that Malcolm Naish, its director of real estate, is to retire at the end of June. A further announcement around the management of the team will be made at that time.
Alliance Trust Investments has poached SWIP bond manager Juan Valenzuela to head up a new fixed income fund.
Edinburgh-based Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP) is to further reposition its £54bn equities business, in a move that will see it focus on global and specialist active equities in addition to quantitative equities.
Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP) has appointed Lucy O’Carroll to the position of chief economist.
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Quality areas of the high yield market appear fundamentally cheap, says Steve Logan, head of European high yield at SWIP.
FE, the funds data provider, has announced 191 funds obtained the highest five FE Crowns rating following adjustment to the ratings methodology - previously the highest rating was three FE Crowns.
Chris Ellyatt is leaving Aberdeen Asset Management, where he was global head of business development, to be replaced by a recent recruit from Scottish Widows Investment Partnership, who is returning to Aberdeen.
Investors can find some attractive opportunities in bond markets amid the turmoil, according to SWIP’s Steven Logan, co-manager of the group’s £1.3bn High Yield Bond fund.
Signet hire signals move into Europe, Trafalgar makes board appointment, SWIP appoints for fixed income, Daiwa announces further hire, Holden joins Ignis in UK equity restructure.
Scottish Widows Investment Partnership is to use Twitter and LinkedIn to distribute blogs, including discussion on strategy updates, directly from its multi-manager team