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 FCA says it would have preferred to extend the scheme to all regulated firms.
Trade body says it is pleased with financial performance in a ‘challenging climate’.
Lead generation firm TAB Finance has been asked to stop communications 19 times this year.
Premier has hired ex-Barclays Wealth director Paul Freeman and his former team of six wealth managers to launch a South West office.
Network was placed into administration in 2010 after regulatory action.
Aberdeen-based Midas Financial Solutions is being investigated for offering unregulated short-term investments.
Hywel George, the director of investments, at the Old Mutual Investment Group, says it is the first time the group has launched an African fund to a global audience.
The Bank of England shut down its system to transfer funds between banks in real time earlier today.
Payouts were up just 0.2 per cent year on year whilst underlying dividends declined by 2.9 per cent.
Advisers must effectively manage risk of clients outliving average life expectancy.
The platform says the move has been made to offer its self-directed intermediaries a Sipp product.
Gallagher is centralising operations following its £199m acquisition of Oval in April.
In August HSBC had to repay trail commission in full for not providing an ongoing service.
Some people will find their paths to George Osborne’s pension freedoms blocked by providers unwilling to take on DB transfers.
The Financial Ombudsman Service ordered the bank to repay trail commission to a client.
Former Oval chief executive Peter Blanc leaves Gallagher.
One-third of those surveyed will use a regulated adviser to access new freedoms.
Rise in non-advised sales has reignited concerns over the blurred line between advice and non-advice
Funds under management at Jupiter increased by 10 per cent in the third quarter while net revenues jumped 13.4 per cent.
The latest data shows assets in the fund dropped to £740.3m at the end of September this year.
Advisers urged to write to MPs over “disproportionate” cost of guidance.
Inflation in the Chinese economy came close to a five-year low but economists remain unconcerned about deflation risks.
The ONS says the fall in the Consumer Prices Index was driven by dips in transport costs and a range of recreational goods prices.
Hargreaves Lansdown has warned that continued low interest rates and the prevention of platforms to offer fixed term deposits is having a continued affect on revenues.
The group saw net outflows of $300m over the three months from July to September.
Network pushed into loss following acquisition of Paradigm Financial Advisers.
Auto-enrolment brings great opportunities, but advisers could be in danger of getting in over their heads.
IFP members ‘failing to apply code of ethics to social media use’.
The changes will come in on 1 January.
Hargreaves Lansdown head of investment research Mark Dampier cites lack of good quality funds and fund managers.
Origen Financial Services has reported a pre-tax loss of £5.6m for 2013.
IFP chief Steve Gazzard says body is targeting at least 3,000 members by 2016.