Axa Life and outsourcing firm Liberata have altered their fixed-term business process outsourcing deal to a longer-term or “evergreen” arrangement.
Portman Building Society has announced a five per cent increase in assets to 18.7bn in its interim results to June 30 2006.The group’s savings balances increased by six per cent to 12bn with net inflows of 439m, compared with a net outflow for the same six month period in 2005.Profit before tax also increased by […]
Origo has removed the per-sonal liability that each adv-iser bears under its Unipass digital certificate contracts following user concerns. Origo managing director Paul Pettitt says the move was made after feedback from users, notably Sesame, unhappy about a clause in the contract suggesting personal adviser liabilities of up to 15,000. Pettitt says Origo has been […]
Jupiter is offering brokers enhanced commission of 4.25 per cent on 12 of its most popular funds until October 31.
Last Wednesday was International Youth Day: a UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) initiative that began in 1999.
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