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David Aaron Partnership recommends six corporate bond Peps

The David Aaron partnership is recommending six Corporate bond Peps in its new guide.

They are the Aberdeen Prolific Corporate Bond Pep, CGU Monthly Income Plus, Dresdner RCM Preference Share Pep, Legal & General Corporate Bond Pep, M&G Corporate Bond Pep and the Perpetual Cash Generator Pep.

The guide considers the performance, risk and relative tax efficiency from April 1999 in comparison to equity income Peps.


Nationwide on course to return £300m to members

Nationwide says it is still on course to achieve its goal of returning £300m to members over the course of the year.It says it has already returned an estimated £150m this year through lower mortgage rates, higher savings rates and other service improvements.Its third quarter figures show net assets have risen 6.2 per cent to […]

CGU projects environmental image

CGU Life plans to project an illuminated 20-foot Energy Efficiency logo on to its head office building to demonstrate its commitment to environmental issues.The stunt is part of a national campaign being run by the Energy Efficiency Advice Centre to promote the reduction of wasteful energy usage.CGU Life head of facilities Rob Brown says: &#34We […]

Pru welcomes Government&#39s internet ambitions

Prudential has welcoming the Government&#39s Electronic Commerce Bill as a means of improving competitiveness in the digital marketplace.The life office says that it specifically set up its direct banking operation Egg to make comprehensive use of the internet.It says quotations and applications are already available online and it will gradually introduce more internet services to […]


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