The Government should steer clear of boosting automatic enrolment contributions as part of an imminent set piece review of the flagship saving programme. So say the authors of a landmark 2010 report that shaped the rollout of auto-enrolment as they reflect on the changing needs of savers and the market in the intervening six years. […]
Kensington Mortgages has launched Premier, a range of high value loans called for borrowers needing more than £500,000. The range is aimed at borrowers with complex incomes and high service expectations. The new range offers loans up to £2m, including a maximum limit of £1m for first time buyers. Loans up to a maximum 75 […]
Lines have become increasingly blurred between the various elements and disciplines in the financial eco-system. Back office providers are launching robo-advice services, data providers are launching model portfolios and active and passive fund managers are launching passive and active funds respectively. Meanwhile, adviser platforms are offering discretionary services, fund managers are buying platforms and some […]
In recent years, a popular narrative about the global economy has been that it is ‘stuck in a low gear’, with central banks unable to tighten policy. As recently as a year ago, there was much talk about the pros and cons of negative interest rates. This year, however, instead of a barrage of media […]
How should investors view Brexit? Clearly, the world did not end. Business continues. But it has changed things. Artemis’ fund managers explain their latest views. Click here for full article
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