Ftse100 pension plans have made it back into the black for the first time in more than 10 years, a new analysis shows. Schemes back by the UK’s largest 100 listed business posted a combined £4bn in accounting surpluses as at the end of last year, according to an accounts trawl by consultants Lane Clark […]
Changes that come into force from September are further reminders that tax cannot be ignored by merely placing assets overseas I have written extensively in this publication over the past few years about the Treasury’s and HM Revenue & Customs’ attitude to tax avoidance. A powerful combination of success in tribunal and court cases, targeted anti-avoidance […]
The Personal Finance Society is set to launch a free nationwide financial education programme for schools this September. The initiative, called Education Champions, aims to help the PFS establish a link with every secondary school and college of further education in the country. It will build on the society’s existing discover fortunes programme, which uses […]
The City of London Police has launched a criminal investigation into Kingsbridge Asset Management over allegations of fraud. In 2015, Kingsbridge advisers David McKee and Kevin McMenamin were thrust into the spotlight after reports they earned more than £5m from recommending film scheme investments worth a total of £100m to some of the biggest names […]
Three of our UK fund managers – Adrian Frost, Ed Legget and Mark Niznik – discuss the EU referendum and how it is affecting their portfolios. Click here for article
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