Charity was the real winner at the Money Marketing awards last week – along with the dieting industry.The HSBC table raised £70 for Comic Relief by persuading Hargreaves Lans-down’s vegetable-dodging investment manager Ben Yearsley to eat three helpings of “white chocolate tulip” dessert and 20 large after-dinner chocolates to raise money for the starving.
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Cheltenham & Gloucester is offering two new prem-ium tracker and premium discount mortgages. The two-year premium tracker mortgage will track at 0.14 per cent over the Bank of England base rate until April 30, 2007. It is offering a current rate of 4.89 per cent. The two-year premium discount mortgage offers a discount of 1.85 […]
Deutsche Bank has appointed Axel Benkner as global head of retail for Deutsche Asset Management (DeAM). Benkner is currently head of DWS Investments in Europe and will continue to be the head of DeAM Europe. In his new role, Benkner will asume responsibility for all of DeAMs retail businesses, including DWS and Scudder Investments, with […]
Phil Billingham Associates is to merge with David Williams Training to create Haven Risk Management.
Jelf Employee Benefits has given its initial thoughts on the chancellor’s 2014 Autumn Statement. The company is seeking to isolate the sections of the speech (and the supporting document) that are relevant to the employee benefits debate. The first such area is pensions related.
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