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Foot Anstey: How to stay within the FCA’s social media rules

Social media is not a new phenomenon and appears to have become the preferred method of communication for a significant proportion of society. Whilst the usefulness of social media for any given business will vary, given how prolific social media now is, firms risk being left behind if they ignore it. The rules imposed on […]

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Tribunal upholds investor’s claim over £383k tax bill

Investors who have overpaid tax when drawing money from investment bonds could reclaim it through the courts following a ruling in favour of an investor who was landed with a £383,000 tax bill. The Upper Tribunal ruled in favour of Joost Lobler last week after he challenged HM Revenue & Customs over the bill. Lobler […]

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FOS rules against HSBC over rejecting mortgage based on age

The Financial Ombudsman Service has upheld a complaint against HSBC for unfairly rejecting a mortgage application on the grounds of age in the first case of its kind. The Sunday Times reports a couple in their forties, who do not wish to be named, were turned down when applying for a joint £250,000 interest-only loan […]

Large-cap growth alpha thesis: seeking risk-adjusted excess returns

Content supplied by Loomis, Sayles & Company — an affiliate of Natixis Global Asset Management For mutual fund investors and managers of large pensions or endowments, a major challenge is to identify those portfolio managers who are most likely to deliver superior risk-adjusted returns in the future. Understanding how an investment philosophy informs a manager’s decision […]

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