Last week’s Money Marketing wrongly reported that Advantage had withdrawn its sub-prime range. The lender repriced and changed the criteria for self-cert, sub-prime and buy to let this week but did not withdraw the old rates. We apologise for any confusion.
Martin Currie has sold almost 25 per cent of its equity to Crestview and Lord Rothschild in a bid to widen its on-going independence. The move, which is subject to regulatory approval, will see New York based investment firm Crestview take on 17.43 per cent, while 7.47 per cent will go to investment vehicles associated […]
Where are the big-budget campaigns genuinely promoting protection?
iimia plans to ramp up its investment offering with the launch of specialist joint venture boutiques.
Helen Monks reports that many life offices are increasingly focusing on profitable single-premium business but some firms feel that the regular-premium sector should not be shunned as it performs a valuable savings service
Two years since the process of auto-enrolment began, the looming re-enrolment deadline provides the perfect opportunity to assess whether the support you have in place, which may well have been hastily selected at the start, is fit for purpose. Johnson Fleming is holding a webinar on 10 September at 11:00 to discover the key issues and concerns you should consider when thinking about your current support options.
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Royal Bank of Scotland has joined rivals like HSBC in launching an automated investment advice service for more than five million customers. The bank claims to be the first bank in the UK to launch a “fully regulated” robo-advice service, which will be under its NatWest brand. The service, live from Monday, is targeted at […]
There is nearly £8.5bn in “drifted” legacy UK equity income funds that have underperformed against the sector over the past decade, research has found. As the fund management industry awaits Mifid II next year, Morningstar has analysed the competitive UK Equity Income sector on behalf of Money Marketing and found about 10 per cent of the sector’s […]
Old Mutual Global Investors has appointed Freddie Woolfe head of responsible investment and stewardship, reporting into chief executive Richard Buxton. Woolfe joins from Newton Investment Management, where he was a responsible investment analyst primarily covering the healthcare and technology, media and telecommunications sectors. Previously he held roles at Hermes Equity Ownership Services and HSBC. Woolfe will […]