The IMA has hit out at claims that means-testing will deter people from saving into personal accounts.In its response to the Pensions White Paper, it says: “Means-testing is no argument against encouraging millions of non-savers to make provision for a decent retirement.”The IMA says the Government needs to address the risk of small numbers of […]
Amvescap, the US parent of Invesco Perpetual, is suing Deutsche Bank to try to stop it poaching its fixed-income team, including up to four senior fund managers and 12 analysts.Invesco Institutional Inc filed a law suit in the New York Supreme Court against Deutsche Investment Management Americas Inc on Monday after partners Stephen Johnson, James […]
Norwich Union monthly income plus fund manager Mark Gull is leaving Morley after eight years to join Pension Insurance Corporation, a newly launched company that buys and then insures companies’ pension liabilities. Roger Webb will take over the management of the fund.
In this short video, Craig Inches, head of short rates and cash at Royal London Asset Management, offers his thoughts on how to preserve capital and generate income in an inflationary environment. Watch the video in full The value of investments and the income from them is not guaranteed and may go down as well […]
The past 12 months have seen a swathe of new rules and guidance hit the advice space. Here, Money Marketing’s experts sift through the noise to provide their key takeaways. Crunch time for culture issues Vicky Pearce, director at B-Compliant As the year draws to a close, looking back over 2018 one of the key […]
I have just visited Japan and while there I could not help but think about the concept of zen. This is both something we are – our true nature expressing itself moment by moment – and something we do: a disciplined practice through which we can realise the joy of being. It strikes me that […]
The total value of pension transfers rose slightly from £8.2bn in the second quarter of the year to £8.6bn in the third quarter, the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics show. This is down from a high of £10.6bn in the first quarter, however, with experts predicting long-term decline as advisers exit the […]