Hargreaves Lansdown has seen new net business hit £3.3bn in the first four months of this year. In its Q1 trading statement released this morning, the company has seen 60,000 new clients in the period, with assets under management reaching £88.8bn as at 30 April. The group attributes its Q1 growth to investment in its […]
Karen Ward discusses the Bank of England’s (BoE) decision to hold its base rate of interest unchanged at 0.5% at its meeting today.
The government should set pension tax relief at 28 per cent to make the retirement system fairer and help millennials save for later life, according to a think tank. In a report published today, the Resolution Foundation also proposes capping tax-free cash at £40,000 and the state pension triple-lock to be replaced by a double-lock. […]
Platform Alliance Trust Savings continues to be affected by staff departures as three senior executives are understood to have left the business. Money Marketing understands commercial director Ed Carey and customer services director Gordon Murray have recently resigned from their posts. According to LinkedIn, Carey joined ATS in 2016 as sales director before taking on the commercial […]
Following a history of shareholder unrest around their pay structure, Weir has introduced a new Restricted Share Awards plan. Ashley Hamilton Claxton, Head of Responsible Investment at Royal London Asset Management shares her professional opinion on this latest remuneration related move by the company. Read the article here. Past performance is not a guide to […]
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