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Big boost for Winterthur business

Winterthur Life single-premium pension business sold through IFAs has leapt by 21 per cent in the first half of this year, rising to £329m from £272m. Trustee investment plan business has more than doubled to £92m. Income-drawdown sales are up 10 per cent to £47m, group stakeholder rocked by 261 per cent to £5m and defined-contribution pension business is up by169 per cent to £9m.

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Winterthur in major investment revamp

Winterthur Life UK has revealed plans for a major revamp of its investment management proposition in a move it says is a “significant” development for the company. Full details will be released in mid-October but the firm says the “enhancement” will include increasing the “depth and scope” of its tailored selection of investment funds across […]

Over 550,000 people visit CA website

The Consumers&#39 Association has had more then 550,000 visits to the endowment section of its website since it started running its high-profile campaign last September. The campaign, aimed at helping mortgage endowment policyholders complain to insurers, has seen more than 45,000 people download draft complaint letters to send to insurance companies. CA senior policy adviser […]

Coxell quits Marlborough Stirling after nine years

Graham Coxell, the man behind Marlborough Stirling&#39s deal with IFA portal The Exchange, has quietly walked away from the group. Former chief executive Coxell left after nine years with the firm and has not been replaced. Chairman and chief executive Huw Evans is temporarily filling his role. Coxell was instrumental in the deal that saw […]

Keydata locks in growth

Keydata Investments has unveiled the second issue of the FTSE growthbuilder plan, a guaranteed equity bond that locks in 20 per cent growth for each 20 per cent rise in the FTSE 100 over six years. The bond is identical to the maximum growth option that was available on the first issue of the product. […]

Rise of the machines

Head of Sustainable Investing at Royal London Asset Management, Mike Fox, looks at the case for including artificial intelligence within a sustainable investment strategy. Read the article in full here The value of investments and the income from them is not guaranteed and may go down as well as up and investors may not get […]

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