Cofunds assets under administration have reached 4bn in four years since launch. The platform attracted 1.7bn in 2004. The supermarket launched in January 2001 and at its current rate of growth expects to break even in late 2006/ early 2007. The fund supermarket expects its rate of asset accumulation to increase when it launches personal pension and investment bond wrappers through a tie-up with Legal & General, later in the year.
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Even if you are only an occasional reader of trade publications, you cannot have escaped one of the hottest buzz phrases in our industry behavioural finance where the worlds of psychology and financial theory have collided to form a burgeoning new field of study. In a nutshell, behavioural finance, or behavioural economics, is the study […]
Mortgage intermediary Cartel is offering a lifeline to members of Perthshire mortgage processor National Mortgage Services following its closure to business on April 1.
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