Neil Woodford is not alone in issuing an apology to investors; we run through five other examples, and look at whether performance improved.
Women are under-represented in fund management ranks globally, and there has been little improvement in the situation since the financial crisis. Just one in five funds has a female manager, a ratio largely unchanged since 2008, according to a Morningstar report on fund managers and gender published in November 2016.
A Best of British league table names the top 25 performing UK sector managers over the past decade - Neil Woodford is outside the top 10.
Investing for the future based solely on a look in the rear view mirror can mean investors overlook new and exciting opportunities. These less well-known funds have a bright future.
FCA's report into asset management industry promotes passives and does not compare apples with apples, says Old Mutual chief.
It seems self-evident that if fund managers invest in their own funds, they have an incentive to outperform - but how true is this?
The names of asset management and the faces behind their funds come and go. Investors have either gone with the flow, or gone passive.
A scathing study concludes that the vast majority of multi-asset fund managers are 'unskilful'. Kyle Caldwell reviews its key findings.
Aberdeen Asset Management, the once solid fund titan has seen tough times. Will it sink into mediocrity or is it set to come surging back?
An 'all-in-one' fund charge is one of several remedies being proposed to address 'weak' competition in the asset management industry.