Franklin Templeton growth fund manager Ken Cox is understood to be leaving the firm due to ill health. Cox has run the 144m fund since 2001 and returned 63 per cent in the three years to January 2005.
The FSA is offering A-Day information on its website to help consumers understand the changes to pension arrangements from April 6.
GMAC-RFC executive chairman Stephen Knight has written a new book which sets out his vision for growth in the UK mortgage market. In this exclusive extract he relates, how his firm designed a revolutionary 25-year fixed-rate mortgage and dispels the myths surrounding the self-cert sector
Paul McMillan finds Conservative vice-chairman Richard Spring leading a drive to get business backing the party
The metal gurus are predicting the gold price could double, says Matt Davis
What does a well-diversifed portfolio look like? What were the quarterly trends in model portfolios in Q4 2015? The Portfolio Barometer highlights trends uncovered by analysis of 210 model risk-rated portfolios managed by UK financial adviser and wealth management firms in the three months from October to December 2015. The model portfolios under review were […]
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