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&#39Small firms lagging on review&#39

Small IFAs are under fire from the FSA for lagging behind in completing phase two pension review cases. It says good progress has been made but, with just under a year to the deadline, some smaller firms are slipping behind. The FSA&#39s quarterly update shows two-thirds of consumers have had their cases completed and £3.3bn in redress has been paid.

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HSBC aims for 10% return with hedge offering

HSBC is to offer a new global fund of hedge funds to the retail market from next month through its international banking division, HSBC Republic. The HSBC global absolute fund will be a closed-end Guernsey-incorporated fund listed on the London Stock Exchange and targeted at IFAs and their clients. Shares are available in either dollars […]

Henderson tunes in to commercial radio

Henderson Private Capital, the private equity arm of Henderson Global Investors, has invested £12m in Mega Radio Holdings of Germany. The investment is the fourth made by Henderson&#39s European fund, Henderson European Partners 1, and the first made by the fund in Germany. Mega Radio will operate the first national commercial radio network in Germany. […]

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