Sales in Prudential’s UK business are up 8 per cent year-on-year as bonds, personal pensions and drawdown products offset the loss of annuities, the firm’s quarterly results show. UK retail sales, on an annual premium equivalent basis, hit £169m in the three months to March, compared to £157m to the same quarter last year, a […]
Tilney Bestinvest has appointed Leon Buckley as director, financial planning as the firm expands its London financial planning practice. Buckley, who will work in the firm’s Mayfair office in London, will report to managing director, financial planning Tim Stalkartt. Since 2010 Buckley has worked at FF&P Wealth Planning dealing with high-net-worth clients, as well as advising partners […]
By Robin Geffen, Fund Manager and CEO
Internet giant Alibaba is exactly the type of entrepreneurial company that the high-conviction, top-performing Neptune Global Alpha Fund seeks to invest in. Established just 14 years ago in an apartment in Hangzhou, today Alibaba is larger than Amazon and eBay put together and is challenging some of the most powerful internet companies in the world…
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Lloyds Banking Group is alleged to have “artificially distressed” small business customers after they were transferred to a support unit. The FT reports the claims are made in a legal application due in the High Court this year. The case centres around businesswoman Julie Ann Davey, who has applied for two partners at KPMG to […]
It’s well known that people tend to become more financially conservative the closer they are to retirement, and grow increasingly cautious with their pension savings. At that point the focus is often more about protecting accrued savings rather than building funds for retirement. This has become even more topical after pension freedoms were introduced in […]
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