Credit Suisse has appointed Tim Sweeting as head of institutional distribution for absolute return strategies for asset management in Europe.
Life industry analyst Ned Cazalet says Friends Provident could be seeking a door into the wrap market by buying Sesame. By Nicola York.
Work and Pensions Secretary John Hutton says that appointing a board of trustees to run personal accounts will be absolutely critical if the scheme is to be a success.
Credit Suisse has appointed Tim Sweeting as head of institutional distribution for absolute return strategies, EMEA for the asset management business.
Paternoster says the cost of buying-out pension liabilities for UK companies has reduced significantly over the past 18 months. The insurer which takes responsibility for the risks associated with companies’ final salary/defined benefit pension schemes announced the findings of pricing analysis which revealed that the cost of buying-out pension liabilities has reduced dramatically. Key findings […]
Kunal Desai, manager of the Neptune India Fund, comments on the implications of the BJP’s historic election win in India’s most populous state, Uttar Pradesh. Read the full article here Important Information – for investment professionals only. Not for retail clients. Investment risks The Neptune India Fund may have a high volatility rating and past […]
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