Simon Hudson-Lund is succeeding Charlie Eppinger as chief executive at International Financial Data Services. Currently chief operating officer, Hudson-Lund joined IFDS in 2003 as managing director.
Midas Capital says its revamped website received 14,460 hits on February 12, the day it announced its merger with Miton Asset Management.
The credit crunch claimed another victim after the stranglehold on Bear Stearns brought an end to the US investment bank’s 85-year independent history.
Standard Life argues that customer-agreed remuneration would negate the role of “commission club” regulated networks.Distribution strategy director Stephen Ingledew says for advisers wanting to be remunerated by CAR and call themselves independent, the attraction of a network is not so obvious.He says: “In order to call yourself independent, you need to adopt CAR. One of […]
One in 10 pension savers will stop or reduce their contributions over the next 12 months due to the current market volatility.Research from private client portfolio manager Brewin Dolphin found that those aged 25 to 34 are most likely to take a break or reduce their pension contributions.Of those surveyed, 5 per cent said they […]
The making of any fund can be seen in how it responds to crises and opportunities. In this short video, Head of Multi Asset at Royal London Asset Management Trevor Greetham outlines how the Royal London Global Multi Asset Portfolios or GMAPs navigated through Brexit and the US election cycle. He also highlights the importance […]
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Standard Life Aberdeen has sold its insurance arm to Phoenix in a £3bn deal. In the first results since the merger of Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management, the firm has said it has decided to exit the insurance market. Phoenix will pay a total of £2.3bn in cash for the business. Standard Life Aberdeen […]
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Latest statistics show personal pensions, in particular, get a bad rap The recently published preliminary estimates from the Office for National Statistics’ Wealth and Assets Survey make for interesting reading with regards to how people view pension savings and how safe they are. The next round of this survey will be even more interesting in light […]