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FCA backs public meeting over British Steel pensions

The FCA, The Pensions Regulator and The Pensions Advisory Service are to attend a public meeting at Port Talbot on Thursday for British Steel Pension Scheme members. The FCA confirmed the meeting was taking place and that executive supervision director investment, wholesale and specialist Megan Butler would represent it there. The meeting is a chance […]

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Credit market outlook 2018

Credit is a building block of many portfolios, and has achieved strong returns in recent years. As 2017 draws to a close, Jonathan Platt, Head of Fixed Income at Royal London Asset Management, looks at some of the key questions that investors will be asking as they review their portfolios. Read the article here Past […]

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Pimfa’s Beasley hits back at criticism of FSCS stance

Pimfa board member and Richmond House Group managing director Paul Beasley has hit back at criticism of the trade body in a recent column from Money Marketing contributor Nic Cicutti. Earlier this month, Cicutti argued that the Financial Services Compensation Scheme should continue to cover claims for unregulated investments, and that Pimfa’s position “compounds the […]

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