Aviva will offer shareholders who sold preference shares over 25 days in March a goodwill payment expected to cost the company up to £14m. In its full-year results in March, Aviva said it could cancel existing preference shares as one option for returning capital to shareholders. However, the provider was met with criticism over the […]
After a record attendance for the London leg of our Money Marketing Interactive conference earlier this month, we are delighted to say that we will be returning to Harrogate in September. After a hugely successful launch last year, we are escaping the London bubble once more to bring you a top day of insight and […]
Money Marketing Editor, Justin Cash, and Helm Godfrey Chairman, Danby Bloch, sit down to discuss the outcomes of the recent local elections and the potential consequences for the UK economy.
Savers have been over-taxed more than £280m since the start of the pension freedoms, new figures from HM Revenue & Customs show. According to a newsletter published this week from HMRC, in the first quarter of the year more than £22m had to be repaid to those making flexible withdrawals from their pensions. Since the […]
Senior RLAM Fund Manager, Henry Lowson considers the outlook for the UK small and mid cap markets in 2018. Watch the video here Past performance is not a guide to future performance. The value of investments and the income from them is not guaranteed and may go down as well as up and investors may […]
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