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Hargreaves Lansdown cuts Jupiter funds

Hargreaves Lansdown has cut Tony Nutt’s £2.45bn Jupiter income and £559m Jupiter high-income funds from its list of recommended funds despite signs of a performance turn-round.

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Towry case against Raymond James advisers pushed back

Towry’s court case against six former advisers it is accusing of soliciting clients has been put back to June 2011. The firm’s injunction against the Raymond James advisers, who used to work at Edward Jones which was bought by Towry in October 2009, remains in place until the hearing. The hearing was originally planned for […]

Neptune launches Japan Institutional Fund

By Chris Taylor, Investment Director, Head of Research Neptune is excited to announce the launch of the Japan Institutional Fund on 22 June, having disclosed to the market in March its intention to offer the product. The Fund will be managed by the highly-regarded Chris Taylor, Head of Research and manager of the long-running Japan Opportunities Fund. It will invest in the same underlying stocks as the Japan […]

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