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Axa and Sun Life investment arms merge

Axa Equity & Law Investment Management and Sun Life Investment Management have merged, creating a fund manager with £30bn under management.

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Shame on Liddell

It must be gratifying for Helen Liddell to embark on a campaign of naming and shaming practitioners (both big and small) in the financial services industry. She seems to have forgotten the important role the industry has played in sustaining the well-being of the nation through the creation of wealth where none existed. The financial […]

Power to the practitioner

Predictions of doom shortly after the introduction of polarisation have proved unfounded. IFAs are getting fewer but bigger and are becoming an increasingly important sales channel for product providers. What lies in store over the next five years? The big will get bigger The IFA market has traditionally consisted of a large number of small […]

Costs of regulation

Am I seeing news management in action or what? The headlines seem to applaud the PIA for freezing regulatory costs for members and we are meant to be eternally grateful for this small mercy. But has anyone looked behind the scenes at the sleight of hand that has been performed? The overall costs associated with […]

ICS inviting claims on four IFA firms

The Investors&#39 Compensation Scheme has declared four IFA firms in default, allowing clients to make compensation claims. The firms are: The Moneywise Centre of Chandos Street, Leamington Spa; London Corporate Securities of Great Eastern Street, London; RH Richards Associates of Malling House, West Malling, Kent; and Analysis Financial Services of Park View, Harrogate.

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