Fidelity is launching two asset management businesses in South Korea and India. The first tailor-made products for local investors will be launched this month with Indian investors offered an Indian equities fund, and Korean investors offered a choice of ten domestic funds that invest in Korea and global markets.
Skandia has been accused of protectionism after refusing to set up links between an IFA firm’s in-house fund of fund range and its own onshore bond.
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The article headlined, PFS members won’t get preferential PI (Money Marketing,March 3) misrepresents the arrangement between NCG and the Personal Finance Society.
Standard Life is offering the second tranche of its secured capital plan which will be available to investors until April 25.
By Mark Martin & Holly Cassell, Neptune UK Equities As investors continue to digest the UK electorate’s vote to leave the EU, Neptune’s Mark Martin and Holly Cassell explain why they believe housebuilders remain dangerously overvalued Click here to view full article Important information Investment risks Neptune funds may have a high historic volatility rating and […]
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