News that Barclays has gone cap in hand to the Gulf reflects the changing reality of post-credit bubble economics according to Ansbacher chief investment officer Mike Hollings.
The Pension Protection Fund has taken on five more schemes over the past month resulting in a further 1,313 people in the UK having to receive pension compensation.
Santander, owner of Abbey and Alliance & Leicester, has revealed it is in a 7.2bn Euro (£5.89bn) rights issue.
The Association of Independent Financial Advisers has announced that Economic Secretary to the Treasury Ian Pearson will be the keynote speaker at its AGM and Annual Dinner in London next week, replacing Kitty Ussher MP.
The theme of ‘creative destruction’, or the impact of new technology, gathered pace in 2015. But which companies make an attractive investment? Stephen Moore, manager of the Artemis US Extended Alpha Fund, reviews. Click here to read the full article
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The FCA is looking to improve the clarity of its register so warnings against bad advice firms such as those involved in unsuitable defined benefit pension transfers are easier to spot. In an interview with Channel 4 News last night, FCA supervision director Megan Butler recognised that the current display, which does not immediately show […]
Well there’s no need for VCT investors to be patient any longer. The Government’s Patient Capital Review response, which reviewed VCTs and EIS schemes and looked at the obstacles to getting long-term investment into firms, was published in the Autumn Budget. A collective sigh of relief could be heard when it became clear that the […]