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Credit Agricole Asset Management – CA-Funds Global New Leaders


Growth by investing globally in equities

Minimum investment:

Investment split:
33.76% information technology, 18.16% consumer discretionary, 13.27 healthcare, 8.65% industrials, 7.35% energy, 6.99% telecom services, 2.51% financials, 1.5% utilities, 1.17% consumer staples, others & cash 6.43%

Place of registration:

Initial up to 4.5%,
annual 1.6%

Initial up to 4.5%,
renewal 0.5%

Tel: 020 7303 8042


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IFA calls on advisers to join captive PI scheme

IFA CFS Independent is setting up a captive professional indemnity insurance scheme and is looking for other IFAs to come on board. Managing director Andy Harwood envisages a Guernsey-based scheme with around 50 IFAs all paying an average premium of £15,000, giving a total pot of £750,000. If, as Harwood anticipates, cover of £1.5m is […]

New rules bring risk-based regime closer

The FSA&#39s new risk-based capital regime for insurance companies has moved closer with the publication of rules determining how much capital they must hold. Under the rules, firms writing with-profits business must hold capital equivalent to the greater of their statutory requirements based on EU directives and a new realistic calculation of their expected liabilities. […]

58% of IFAs say cap rise is no incentive

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Neptune India: three stocks we’re buying & the one we’re not

By Kunal Desai, Head of Indian Equities The Neptune India Fund’s investment process serves as a key differentiating feature of the portfolio versus its peers, contributing to its significant outperformance under Manager Kunal Desai’s tenure. Focusing on industry disruption, accounting quality, liquidity and corporate governance, Kunal sets out three stocks that he’s buying in the […]


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