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FCA could ask IGCs to scrutinise drawdown

The FCA has hinted that it could extend the remit of independent governance committees to give them responsibility for overseeing providers’ drawdown arrangements. Firms providing workplace pensions have had to have an IGC in place since April 2015 to report on value for money. The committees can look at value for money in other areas […]

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Old Mutual Wealth: 60/40 balanced model is ‘dead’

The way investor sentiment and habits have changed in recent years, particularly in the retirement space, means the traditional 60/40 multi-asset split is “probably dead”, Old Mutual Wealth head of investments Anthony Gillham says. He says if you had the traditional equity/fixed income split, investors would have seen a fall in the beginning of this […]

Is this the endgame for the current mergers & acquisitions boom?

Last year, worldwide mergers and acquisitions (M&A) rose to an unprecedented $4.7tn, according to Thomson Reuters, a 41 per cent increase over 2014. Anthony Forcione, senior equity analyst at Loomis Sayles, an affiliate of Natixis Global Asset Management, looks at what’s been driving this particular wave of mergers. Click here to view full article: Loomis-Sayles

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