Aegon Asset Management is holding an ethical investment conference call for advisers on May 3 at 11am. It will feature ethical bond fund manger Phil Milburn and ethical equity and cautious managed fund manager Audrey Ryan. Advisers can register at Asset.tv.
Oliver Russ, manager of the Resolution Argonaut European income fund, was the first fund manager to recognise the huge opportunities in this sector.
The Government must introduce radical reforms in its deregulatory review of pensions, including a “shared-risk” scheme to avoid levelling down with personal accounts, says the Association of Consulting Actuaries.
Asda says it has written 30 per cent more protection business since it started offering advice to customers through its tie-up with Lifesearch.
Association of Home Information Pack Providers director general Mike Ockenden has blasted the latest Tory opposition to Hips as feeble and desperate.
Jelf, an independent full-service UK-based brokerage that supports businesses and individuals, has announced its interim results.
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