David Wingar, formerly of Courts IFA in South Wales, is setting up a new firm, Future Asset Management focusing on high net-worth and corporate clients. Wingars wife Nicola is responsible for administration and accounting, and Cathie Rowe will manage client details and compliance. Wingar is area liaison officer for the Personal Finance Society, and will […]
Goy Harris Cartwright is relaunching its managed portfolio service as a range of fixed-weight portfolios with a new risk-grading system and a 1.25 per cent annual management charge.
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Morgans Financial Planning is setting up specialist mortgage company Digital Orange.
Amid stuttering growth and political uncertainty, we look for companies that should thrive regardless, Mark Page, manager of Artemis European Opportunities Fund, tells Ross Leckie. Clear here
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