We set up Fund Writing in 2009 to help fund management professionals write better reports, proposals, press releases and digital media posts, as well as day-to-day emails and meeting notes.

Since then, we’ve provided training to investment managers, analysts, client services managers and PR executives from some of the biggest names in the industry.

The benefits of good writing are many – ranging from more efficient and accurate communication within investment teams to improved relationships with clients and more effective marketing.

Fund Writing’s workshops are designed to help fund professionals write with clarity, flair and fluency. Our philosophy is simple:

The purpose of every text is to communicate a message to an audience. To write well, you must never lose sight of your readers.

Good writing is lively, clear and concise – a pleasure to read. Good writers use simple language and as little jargon as possible.


Forget the fudge: give it to investors straight when funds perform poorly

Institutional investors want to hear from fund managers more when their funds are performing poorly, according to a new study from CoreData Research. No surprise there. Now for the tricky part. Asset managers’ ability “to communicate effectively and regularly with institutional investors” could be the difference between retaining and losing clients, says Craig Phillips, head …