View more on these topics

Braveheart Investment Group – Viking Growth Fund

Braveheart Investment Group – Viking Growth Fund

Type: Enterprise investment scheme fund

Aim: Growth by investing in unquoted companies mainly in the technology sector

Minimum investment: Lump sum £10,000

Closing date: December 31, 2011

Charges: Initial up to 5%, annual 1.5%, 20% performance fee

Commission: Initial 2.5%

Tel: 01738 587555

Recommended

5

Three jailed in £27.5m boiler room scam

Three men have today been jailed for a total of 19 years for their part in a £27.5m boiler room scam. In the trial at Southwark Crown Court, Tomas Wilmot was sentenced to nine years imprisonment while his sons Kevin and Christopher were given five years each. The trio were convicted of four offences of […]

11

Ford leads £91m attempt to take Lifemark out of administration

Lifemark provisional administrator KPMG Luxemburg has been offered a loan facility of up to £91m, arranged by Keydata founder Stewart Ford, in an effort to take it out of administration. This week’s Money Marketing reveals that KPMG’s Eric Collard was approached with the facility last week. It is being proposed by a US bank which […]

Profits up 14% in Standard focus on fee-based advisers

Standard Life says it is considering the unit-linked guarantee market but has no immediate plans to launch a product. Aegon and MetLife have both introduced unit-linked guarantee products this year as they look to deliver savings solutions for loss-averse investors. Speaking to Money Marketing following the publication of Standard Life’s halfyear results last week, the […]

Corporate platform and RDR lead back to group sector

Friends Life says the launch of its corporate platform and the retail distribution review’s ban on up-front commission should reopen the group pension market for the firm. In its half-year results, published this week, Friends says it expects strong growth in its corporate benefits proposition with its corporate platform launching later this year, supported by […]

Certification guide

Guide: how to… certify your pension scheme

Certification is highly complex and surrounded by a minefield of information and auto-enrolment jargon, which can make it very difficult to understand. However, for many employers it is a necessary process that must be executed successfully.

Newsletter

News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up

Comments

    Leave a comment