Figures were boosted elsewhere in the business, particularly with a 17 per cent increase in assets at LGIM.
The launch of a new trade organisation representing advisers has reignited the debate around the industry’s ability to lobby at the highest level. This week Money Marketing revealed how former IFA Association director general Garry Heath is launching a new trade body in May for wealth managers and independent and restricted advisers. Heath says Apfa […]
There was a time when announcing a pension seminar was a sure fire way of emptying a room. Today things are different. Pension seminars are packed to the rafters with people absolutely hooked on getting details of the new freedoms. How times change. While I am pretty happy with the way this has turned out […]
Private equity Many investors still ignore private equity having been burnt during the financial crisis. In the listed space, even the highest quality funds saw their discounts to net asset value explode, often to as much as 80 per cent, on concerns over leverage and unfunded commitments. However, much like public equity markets, the NAVs […]
By Craig Paterson, Underwriting and Claims Philosophy Manager, Royal London Hard-hitting headlines “Dying mother of two is refused life insurance payout.”1 “What a way to treat a dying man: Grandfather refused life insurance claim.”2 “A widow betrayed by a life insurance company.”3 With headlines like these, it’s no wonder some consumers don’t trust providers. Trust […]
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