Company Overview of INVESCO Asset Management Limited
INVESCO Asset Management Limited is a privately owned investment manager. The firm caters to corporations and other businesses, high net worth individuals, banking and thrift institutions, investment companies, pension and profit sharing plans, pooled investment vehicles, insurance companies, other investment advisers, charitable organizations, and state and municipal government entities. It manages separate client-focused equity, balanced, fixed income, and real estate portfolios. The firm launches and manages equity and fixed income mutual funds. It also manages balanced, commodity, and multi-asset mutual funds for its clients. The firm also launches and manages private funds, which invest...
Perpetual Park Drive
Henley-on-Thames, RG9 1HH
Founded in 1969
44 1491 417 000
44 1491 471 309
Key Executives for INVESCO Asset Management Limited
Head of Emerging Market Equities and Fund Manager
Head of Japanes Equity Growth Team and Chief Portfolio Manager
Head of Portfolio Management and Fund Manager
Senior Director of European Fund Management Team, Fund Manager, and Member of European Investment Committee
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
INVESCO Asset Management Limited Key Developments
Investor Mulls Investment In IPO Of Standard Finance
Feb 5 15
Standard Finance (Isle Of Man) Ltd. is seeking an IPO. Non-Standard Finance revealed plans on February 5, 2015, to list on the London Stock Exchange and raise £100 million to acquire around three companies in the consumer finance sector. Woodford Investment Management LLP along with INVESCO Asset Management Limited and other City institution Marathon Asset Management, LLP are acting as cornerstone investors in the listing. The three investment firms are plugging around £48 million into the business. Non-Standard Finance said that it would price shares at £1 each and close the orderbook for the listing next week in a move that strays away from the traditional four week IPO book building process. The directors have said that they intend to make their first acquisition within six months and if no deals are struck within two years they will recommend that the company is wound up.
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