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Tony Wickenden: A segmented approach to retirement planning

Almost everything you read around the new rules for retirement income planning talks of the inevitable expansion of a blended approach to investing. This, so the logic goes, is the response to managing the four key conflicting pressures at play for those looking to plan for their retirement: longevity, inflation, lack of flexibility and volatility. […]

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Man jailed for failing to pay back £460k insider dealing gains

A man has been sentenced to 538 days in jail for failing to pay a confiscation order for insider dealing. Pardip Saini was sentenced to three years and six months in prison in July 2012 and ordered to pay £464,564. He was due to pay the order by 12 March, but £222,047 remains outstanding. At […]

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Neil Woodford: The state of the Union

For all the talk of hung parliaments, horse trading and coalitions, the result of the general election came as a surprise to many – including us. The polls had consistently predicted a close result and so very few commentators (probably none) had expected such a strong performance from the Conservatives on the night. A Conservative […]

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Pension savers stung by year one fees

People saving into personal pensions are being hit by charges of over 2 per cent in their first year of investing, research reveals. Analysis conducted by ComPeer and commissioned by Nutmeg shows schemes run by wealth managers can charge up to £2,220 on a £100,000 pot over the first year of investing. Investec Weath & […]

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