Schroders is to launch an Asian income maximiser fund to give access to capital growth with high exposure to Asian ex Japan equities.
Keydata action group Keydatavictims has called for all investors in the secure income bonds 1-3 non-Isa plans to unite in calling for a judicial review of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme’s position on non-compensation.
The U Party, the special interest party campaigning for pension reform, has announced its second Parliamentary candidate. Ben Shaw will be standing for the U Party in the Westminster North constituency, joining party leader and Pinsent Masons head of strategic development for pensions Robin Ellison, who is standing in Hampstead and Kilburn. The U Party […]
Friends Provident chief executive Trevor Matthews has let slip that Resolution is targeting a major annuity player for its next acquisition.
The basic state pension would rise in line with earnings from 2012 rather than waiting until 2015 when it is is required by law, if Labour wins the general election. It would mean the Government would lose around £2bn a year by the end of the next Parliament, according to Towers Watson. Over the long […]
Join Trevor Greetham, Head of Multi Asset at Royal London Asset Management (RLAM), for a webinar on 30 March at 2pm. During the update, Trevor will consider how various asset types have fared in 2017 and offer his outlook, using the Investment Clock model to illustrate his views. Find out more here
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