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MGM Advantage to rebrand under new name

Retirement income firm MGM Advantage is to undergo a rebrand including a name change as the company attempts to break from its reputation as an annuity provider, Money Marketing can reveal. In January last year MGM bought equity release provider Stonehaven. It is expected MGM and Stonehaven will merge under a single new brand in […]

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Ian McKenna: Dispatches from Finovate (Day one)

Watching 70 presentations in two days is an exhausting experience, as anyone who has been to Finovate will tell you, but it is well worth it because of the range and diversity of ideas presented. As a regular attendee (this is my tenth Finovate) I have found it is valuable to identify the presentations I […]

Out of context: Alan Steel

Out of context

“The best thing to do would be to have someone shoot all these people and start again” Alan Steel Asset management chairman Alan Steel on diplomatic form when it comes to the FCA “He’s the kind of guy who would have tried to reason with the school bully and got punched in the face anyway” […]

Unrated bonds: broadening horizons

Ewan McAlpine, Senior Client Portfolio Manager, provides insight into how RLAM’s bond team use their skills to seek unique opportunities and greater diversity than that offered by traditional areas of the bond market, describing how they invest in unrated securities as well as rated securities to broaden the horizon of fixed income investing. Read the […]

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