Prime Minister David Cameron has insisted the UK will not pay the £1.7bn demanded by the European Union by next month.
The Sicav is managed by Magdalene Miller and has a four star FE rating.
Axa Wealth grew its assets under management by 10 per cent to £27bn in the year to 30 September.
The number of investment trusts reporting portfolio holdings on a monthly basis has more than quadrupled to 122 over the last two years.
This week’s Money Marketing cover story focuses on the future of the Money Advice Service.
Old Mutual is looking to merge its £437m Old Mutual Property fund into the £2.25bn Henderson UK Property fund.
Paul Reynolds is accused of not being a fit and proper person to be a regulated adviser.
Now the Treasury has excluded the Money Advice Service from its pensions guidance plans, is there any point in the quango carrying on?
The impending sunset clause is set to fundamentally change the way advisers do business.
The Treasury is full of praise for the organisations it has chosen to deliver the guidance guarantee - with one notable omission.
Osborne has made things worse with his vague promises of guidance to support the pension reforms next year
Soft skills and scrutiny are key to the delivery of guidance.
Discussions about Apfa have reached boiling point.
“If it looks and feels like advice, it probably is advice.” So said FCA technical specialist Rory Percival back in April 2013.
Donor-advised funds are big in the US but relatively new to the UK
Weekly Adviser View
Higher costs for advice firms could mean many people end up eschewing advice altogether
Recently I might have said that I thought all financial journalists were unethical charlatans whose opinion could be bought by advertisers.
Does the retirement of baby boomers also present a threat as many financial practices risk wind-down rather than a managed exit and succession plan?
Pilot Financial Planning managing director Ian Thomas discusses escaping the corporate world and finding his advice niche.
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Trade Body View
Next April will bring significant change to the whole of retirement planning.
The decision by the Treasury to regulate buy-to-let loans where there is an accidental landlord is a clever sleight of hand to capture the smallest niche possible.