The group plans a summer launch for the European Special Situations fund, which will be managed by Richard Pease. The fund will be a smaller and more nimble version of Pease’s existing £476.5m New Star European Growth fund.
Working as an adviser today can sometimes feel a bit like being a mildly eccentric single woman living sometime in the 17th Century. By this I mean that there is a significant chance you’ll be unfairly accused, tried and punished for practices that very rarely go on. The only saving grace today is that when found innocent nowadays it’s only the industry’s reputation that’s ‘burned at the stake’.
By Mark Martin & Holly Cassell, Neptune UK Equities As investors continue to digest the UK electorate’s vote to leave the EU, Neptune’s Mark Martin and Holly Cassell explain why they believe housebuilders remain dangerously overvalued Click here to view full article Important information Investment risks Neptune funds may have a high historic volatility rating and […]
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development claims behavioural biases and low levels of financial knowledge are undermining people’s ability to make appropriate decisions for their retirement. The OECD’s Pensions Outlook 2018 says automatic features, default options and simple information and choice could combat the lack of financial literacy. The OECD’s view is that automatic enrolment […]
Aviva should pay £500 compensation for the way it handled an investment query that caused stress to a daughter who took power of attorney for her mother. In the Financial Ombudsman Service ruling, Miss S has power of attorney for her mother and complains Aviva delayed providing information about a bond. She goes onto argue […]
Advice is becoming a more risky business, meaning firms must rethink their approach to the issues they face Given the Financial Ombudsman Service’s compensation limit is set to rise to £350,000, it is time for advice firms to rethink their approach to the risks they now face. The FCA’s plan is for the new limit […]