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Although no doubt well intentioned, I feel that the newly launched campaign for a definition of misselling is not going to bear any definitive results. You might as well try and define what is good.In all walks, there are concepts that, although well known and understood, are very difficult to define accurately as good, decent, […]
The majority of parents with children eligible for Government funding assistance through the child trust fund say they plan to top up the cash for their children.Research from The Children's Mutual reveals that 79 per cent say they plan to make additional contributions to the funds when the initiative is likely to start on April […]
Insight Investment Management has finished its restructuring programme after the acquisition of Rothschild Asset Management.The changes coincide with the departure of chief investment officer Michael Deakin who is retiring from Insight after 30 years with HBOS. Abdallah Nauphal will replace him and Alan Denholm has been appointed deputy chief investment officer.Nauphal will remain managing director […]
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By Kunal Desai, Head of Indian Equities
With markets kept open on Saturday, finance minister Arun Jaitley delivered a promising budget focused on growth and decentralisation. While many complained about a six-day working week, there was much to be pleased about and the markets rallied in the afternoon to finish in the green.
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