Nucleus Financial Group made a 1.4m loss in its first full year of trading to December 31, 2007. The firm says it is still on target to break even by the end of this year and aims to be in profit during 2009.
Ethical investing has become part of the mainstream market over the last few years as financial institutions have competed to launch products designed to invest in socially responsible or ethical companies.
By James Hackman, Manager of the Neptune US Income Fund Watch James Hackman, Manager of the Neptune US Income Fund, discuss why he believes companies demonstrating dividend growth – not just with high headline yields – is key in generating outperformance in the US. Click here to watch the video Important information: Investment Risks Neptune […]
Former Sesame Bankhall chief executive George Higginson and ex-HSBC global head of wealth insurance Geoff Brooks have launched a discretionary fund manager. Alpha Beta Partners offers a range of actively managed and passive portfolios investing in ETFs, investment trusts and direct securities. The business was originally launched last year by Kevin Doran under the name […]
Addidi Wealth and Informed Financial Planning were among the top advice firm winners at last night’s Money Marketing Awards. Leading lights of the profession gathered in London for the glamorous ceremony hosted by comedian Hal Cruttenden. The Money Marketing Awards recognise those who have reached the top of their fields, from investment and retirement advice […]