Aviva is considering selling its stake in advice network Tenet, Money Marketing understands. Following Aviva’s merger with Friends Life, the life office will become the largest shareholder in Tenet, owning 47 per cent of the firm. Standard Life owns 25 per cent of the network, while Aegon owns 22 per cent and the remainder is […]
Users expected to pay £199 for recommendations.
Aegon has seen net inflows on its platform triple for the first three months of the year to £968m. Inflows reached £305m in March 2014. Assets under administration stand as £3.8bn as at 31 March, compared to £1.6bn from the same time last year. Aegon says there are now 100,000 investors using its platform, with […]
The Conservatives have secured the 326 seats needed to form a majority government following a stunning election night which saw Labour hammered in Scotland by the SNP. The Tories are forecast to win a total of 331 seats, compared to just 232 for Labour. In Scotland the SNP won 56 of 59 seats, reducing Labour’s […]
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