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Aegon sees platform inflows triple

Aegon has seen net inflows on its platform triple for the first three months of the year to £968m. Inflows reached £305m in March 2014. Assets under administration stand as £3.8bn as at 31 March, compared to £1.6bn from the same time last year. Aegon says there are now 100,000 investors using its platform, with […]

Tony Wickenden: Pensions pass the tax test

I started my look at “new world” retirement income planning last week. I referenced in that article the importance of taking a wide ranging “all assets” approach to designing a tax efficient strategy to anticipate and deal with the following risks: volatility, inflation, legacy and flexibility. It seems a multi-faceted solution is becoming the strategy […]

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Ian McKenna: Dispatches from Finovate (Day one)

Watching 70 presentations in two days is an exhausting experience, as anyone who has been to Finovate will tell you, but it is well worth it because of the range and diversity of ideas presented. As a regular attendee (this is my tenth Finovate) I have found it is valuable to identify the presentations I […]

Ian McKenna: Dispatches from Finovate (Day two)

Day two of Finovate kicked off with the organisers highlighting the volume of money that firms presenting in 2014 had raised, totaling a staggering $1.4bn. Of this two of the six who had raised the most are firms whose propositions have significant potential in the UK; Motif Investing, who raised a breathtaking $75m, and Personal […]

Martin Foden discusses how convenience is affecting the construction of fixed income portfolios

In this short video, Martin Foden, head of credit research at Royal London Asset Management, discusses how convenience is affecting the construction of fixed income portfolios. Watch the video in full The value of investments and the income from them is not guaranteed and may go down as well as up and investors may not […]

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