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Savers wary of Brexit impact on pensions

Nearly half of savers believe Brexit is bad news for their pension pot, according to Aegon research. Findings from the Aegon Retirement Confidence Survey show 42 per cent of those polled think the value of their pension fund will fall as a result of Brexit. Of the 964 people surveyed, just 5 per cent think Brexit […]

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AJ Bell to compensate over delayed transfer

The Pensions Ombudsman has ruled AJ Bell must compensate a client for investment losses attributable to a botched transfer to James Hay Partnership. Mr R’s complaint against AJ Bell is it was partly responsible for the delay in the transfer of funds that shut him out of the market and lost him thousands of pounds. […]

Emma Thomson: Not all clients know what they are covered for

Sitting beside the pool in Rhodes last week, I was surprised and rather pleased to hear a conversation between two fellow holidaymakers about protection insurance. Both men were self-employed and one was talking about how he struggled last year when off work due to an injury. The other was telling him about this insurance he […]

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Tech giants: how big is too big?

How big is too big? Facebook, Amazon and Google continue to present very attractive investment opportunities, despite recent regulatory concern about their size argues Neptune’s Ali Unwin. Read more here Important information Investment risks Neptune funds may have a high historic volatility rating and past performance is not a guide for future performance. The value […]

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