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47% Would opt out of NPSS

Forty-seven per cent of people eligible for NPSS would opt out,says a survey by JP Morgan Asset Management. Forty-nine per cent said they were unlikely to opt out and 4 per cent said they did not know.

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Form of defence

For the next Adviser Fund Index rebalancing on November 1, 2006, panellists are concentrating on both risk levels and individual fund performance. Ben Willis, investment manager and head of research at Whitechurch Securities, has made a number of fund changes in his AFI portfolios, each relating to risk. In the cautious portfolio, Willis is moving […]

M&G inflows up 78% in first nine months

M&G has taken in more net new money in the first three quarters of the year than in the whole of 2005, which was a record-breaking sales year for the firm. Gross fund inflows in the first nine months are up 78 per cent, hitting £9.98bn, compared with £5.6bn over the same period last year […]

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