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Who’s in and who’s out: The high profile election losses

Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls and pensions minister Steve Webb are the most high profile financial services scalps to be claimed after a shock election night. Balls, who previously held a majority of just 1,101 in the constituency of Morley & Outwood, lost out to Conservative Andrea Jenkins by 422 votes. Webb lost to Conservative candidate […]

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Phil Wickenden: Irrational behaviour

Often, when we think we are behaving rationally we really are not. At a wedding last weekend we were forced to park somewhere with a four hour maximum stay, necessitating two additional top-up trips to punctuate the matrimonial merriment (although I did mercifully miss an en-mass “oops up side your head” effort). On the second […]

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D2C platforms attacked over exit fees

Three leading direct-to-consumer platforms that charge exit fees have been accused of making customers pay for their own failure to bring down the costs of transferring assets. Last week, Axa announced customers on its Self Investor platform would be given up to £750 towards the cost of paying exit fees levied by ceding providers. Axa […]

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Can emerging markets keep up the pace?

Emerging markets have dramatically upstaged developed markets over the past year, and Neptune’s emerging market range has outperformed across the board. A year after it troughed, what is the outlook for the asset class? Read more here Important information Investment risks Neptune funds may have a high historic volatility rating and past performance is not […]

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