Wealth Management Group St James’s Place Capital has reported 19 per cent new business growth for 2004. Unaudited results for 12 months to December 31 2004 show funds under management have reached 9.5bn, up by 20 per cent since the start of 2004. New investment business went up by 19 per cent to 95.3m. New pensions business was also up to 56.2m, up by 27 per cent. New protection business saw a small rise of 4 per cent to 25.8m.
Prudential has signed a deal to help Tenet IFA network and Burns-Anderson design their multi-tie propositions. Tenet has over 3,500 advisers and has picked Pru because of its experience in developing multi-tie distribution platforms.
HBOS Financial Services is shunning basic advice and will continue to offer full advice on stakeholder products through its Halifax branch network from April 6. The group is launching the Halifax cautious managed fund, to be run by sister group Insight Investment, as its default stakeholder medium-term savings product on the same date. HBOS was […]
Non-conforming lender Mortgages plc believes the challenges to innovation posed by regulation will see lenders bounce back with some interesting products and it has its own range lined up, including plans for affordability-based lending.
Ingenious Asset Management
Directional Bond Fund
Our client leads the global market in high-tech electronics manufacturing and digital media. The trustees of the company’s final salary pension scheme insure death-in-service lump sum and dependants’ pension death benefits for active employees, as well as dependants’ pension benefits for deferred members (those who have left service).
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