Aviva plans to keep growing its restricted advice arm this year, as the business is on the verge of reaching 100 adviser recruits. Aviva managing director of savings and retirement Lindsey Rix says the provider wants to hire both graduate and experienced advisers. Rix says: “We have just shy of 100 advisers now in our […]
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Robin Geffen, Fund Manager & CEO, Neptune ‘Low volatility’ products originated as tools for institutional investors who were contractually obliged to provide instant liquidity. Now they are sold to individual savers – the very people who need long-term options the most. Find out more here Important information Investment risks Neptune funds may have a high […]
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The world’s strongest currency in November was not the US dollar, despite the greenback rallying 3.5% against the euro, 8.7% against the Japanese yen and over 8.6% versus the Mexican peso and the Turkish lira up to yesterday’s close. The strongest currency last month was sterling, which had strengthened 2.2% versus even the mighty US […]
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