Critical illness cover should be a pick and mix While I appreciate companies are not particularly turned on by higher risk clients, there are millions of people deemed uninsurable in the personal critical illness market. Coupled with the ongoing debate of whether CI is still fit for purpose I thought I would put forward an […]
The CII’s consumer research informs their stance on professional standards and customer service Last month marked the two-year anniversary of the Government’s watershed pension freedoms. Since the radical changes of 2015, the life, pensions and long-term savings sector has undergone significant change, with companies merging, well-known brands disappearing and many providers repositioning themselves as asset managers […]
Standard Life says there is no reason for advisers to abandon Axa Elevate as it completes its acquisition of the platform. The acquisition was announced in May and will almost double Standard Life’s customer base. Speaking to Money Marketing, Standard Life adviser and wealth manager propositions head David Tiller says the completion of the deal brings […]
Kunal Desai, manager of the Neptune India Fund, highlights three key themes he expects to unfold in 2018. Read more here Important Information Investment risks Neptune funds may have a high historic volatility rating and past performance is not a guide for future performance. The value of an investment and any income from it can […]
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