- Midsize investors plan to grow specialty allocations. Kmak, Tom // Pensions & Investments;10/30/2006, Vol. 34 Issue 22, p53
The article cites a survey, organized by the company JPMorgan Asset Management, which reveals that 25 percent of midsize U.S. institutional investors are planning to increase allocations to specialty managers during the next year. Twenty-five percent of the respondents expressed their plans to...
- JP Morgan loses Gambhir to MPG Investors. Jackson, Will // Fund Strategy;3/26/2007, p5
The article announces the resignation of Ajay Gambhir as fund manager of JP Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM) in Great Britain. He is managing the Europe Dynamic and UK Dynamic Open-Ended Investment Companies (OEICs). He will transfer to MPC Investors where he will be tasked to run a new Cayman...
- Dig Into a Niche, Says New Study. Chapelle, Tony // On Wall Street;Oct2000, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p14
Focuses on the findings of the study entitled `The Future of the Financial Advisory Business Part II: Strategies for Small Businesses,' released by Undiscovered Managers. Prediction on the financial advisory market; Advantages of niche firms; Problems with most advisory businesses.
- JPM paves the way in cost shake-up. Salih, Chris // Money Marketing;7/5/2007, p30
The article reports on the new pricing structure implemented by JP Morgan Asset Management in Great Britain. The group, will lock all administrative and other costs on A shares at 18 basis points (bps) per annum. JP Morgan will also bring the initial charge on most of its A shares down from 5.5...
- JP Morgan: short term pain. // MarketWatch: Financial Services;September 2004, Vol. 3 Issue 9, p14
Reports on losses posted by United States-based financial services provider, JP Morgan for the second quarter of 2003. Impact of the settlement of the company with Citigroup; Goal to improve financial performance in the third quarter.
- Investors would opt for performance-related fee. SaIih, Chris // Money Marketing;10/16/2008, p68
The article reports on the results of a survey conducted by JP Morgan Asset Management concerning investments in Great Britain. The survey reveals that 27% of the 300 investors preferred to pay a performance-related fee rather than a one-off up-front fee. It also indicates that 63% of investors...
- Institutions were a life raft for fund-of-funds managers. Williamson, Christine // Pensions & Investments;4/5/2010, Vol. 38 Issue 7, p5
The article informs that aggregate assets managed by 25 largest hedge fund-of-fund companies have declined 37% to 319 billion dollar in the period of 18 months from June 30, 2008. Only three managers among them gained growth in total hedge fund-of-funds assets in that period. As of December 31,...
- Top 50 Fund Groups -- December 2009. // Money Management Executive;2/15/2010, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p14
The article lists the top 50 fund groups in the U.S. for December 2009 which includes Vanguard Group, American Funds and JPMorgan Asset Management.
- OEICS. // Money Marketing;6/7/2007, p66
The article evaluates two products related to the financial services industry including the Core Behavioral Finance Fund from JPMorgan Asset Management and the Corporate Bond UK Plus Fund from UBS Global Asset Management.