Lifesearch rent-a-quote, sorry, head of protection strategy Kevin Carr was so impressed with his recent Profile in MM that he requested an extra 10 copies of the quality publication to distribute to family and friends.At least, that is what some have guessed they are for. Others suggest that Carr might be wallpapering his bedroom with the A3 sheets. We did try getting them framed to give away as prizes but no art shops in the London W1 area were insured to handle such a valuable work of art.
It has often been said that our “regulator” phoenixes itself from previous liabilities. The FSA, for example, would have you believe that it only came into existence following Government legislation and the FSMA.
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Threadneedle head of UK equities Michael Taylor and his team have produced very good results over the past year. Two of their seven UK funds are high up in the top decile while all the other funds are in the first quartile or high up in the second quartile.
The FSA is intercepting lobbying letters sent to its non-executive directors by trade bodies and other organisations. The move has been attacked by lawyers, with Fishburn Law partner Andrew Davis saying the action is regrettable at a time when the principle of increasing non-executive responsibility is growing in importance. Davis says the FSA should be […]
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