Former HBOS chief executive Sir James Crosby is to replace Deirdre Hutton as deputy chairman of the FSA and will also become chairman of the FSA’s committee of non-executive directors from December.
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Advisers can move from a reliance on initial commission to a recurring income-based business model in as little as two years, says Paradigm chief executive Paul Hogarth.He says: “You cannot take everyone to a recurring revenue overnight but I think it could happen in the next couple of years. There is massive consolidation in the […]
The proposals for Northern Rock submitted last Friday are materially below the market price for the business, causing shares to fall by 16 per cent this morning.
Aegon Asset Management is introducing Dublin-domiciled strategic global, high-yield global and investmentgrade global bond funds which are available for distribution in the UK, Channel Islands, Ireland and Switzerland.The strategic global bond fund will be run by David Roberts and Philip Milburn. It will look to invest across AAA-rated government bonds, high-yield and emerging market corporate […]
AlphaSimplex Group believes that the most robust investment products are those that adapt to changing market conditions. Alex Healey, portfolio manager of the ASG Managed Futures Fund, talks about how holding “long” and “short” positions in alternative investments, to match market trends, can create opportunities in both up and down markets.
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