ABI, NAPF and the Trade Union Congress back commission to tackle short-termist political approach to retirement saving.
Democracy is in a state of fundamental change in our country and I do not just mean the recent election. As a nation we have been navel-gazing on the EU since 1973 and on devolution for about as long. The seemingly insoluble questions of whether the UK should be in or out of the EU […]
People saving into personal pensions are being hit by charges of over 2 per cent in their first year of investing, research reveals. Analysis conducted by ComPeer and commissioned by Nutmeg shows schemes run by wealth managers can charge up to £2,220 on a £100,000 pot over the first year of investing. Investec Weath & […]
Advisers are exposing their clients to the risks of fraud and theft, experts warn as research reveals hundreds of firms are using non-secure email addresses. Data from Matrix Solutions compiled for Money Marketing shows 9 per cent of advice firms use a webmail domain name as their company email address. Of a sample of 4,945 […]
Brazil’s 4th Federal Regional Court of Appeals (TRF-4) has upheld former president Lula’s criminal conviction on charges of money laundering and passive corruption. Neptune’s Thomas Smith looks at the potential outcomes, explaining why Brazil’s tail risks are being removed. Read more Important Information Investment risks Neptune funds may have a high historic volatility rating and past […]
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