Three advisers arrested over £132m tax fraud

Three financial advisers have been as arrested in relation to suspected £132m tax fraud following police raids in the Midlands and north yesterday morning. The men – aged 56,67, and 59 – were arrested following an HMRC investigation into a scheme involving offshore trusts used by “professional financial advisers” helping individuals avoid around £132m in […]


FCA spends over £1m on asset management study

The FCA has so far spent over £1m carrying out its study into competition in asset management. Following a Freedom of Information request submitted by Money Marketing, the FCA said the total costs of the market study stand at £1,000,370. The costs cover the period between 19 November 2015, when the study was launched, to […]


Aviva to suspend property fund for up to 8 months

Aviva Investors expects the suspension of its £1.8bn Property Trust to last for up to eight months. In a note sent to investors today, the group said the decision on the timing reflects the time it takes to sell commercial properties. The note says: “It is our intention to re-open the trust for dealing as soon […]


Emerging markets 2018: A renewed credit cycle?

Ewan Thompson, Head of Emerging Market Equities, Neptune Given the significant discount of emerging market assets to developed market and the economic and earnings growth premium available, emerging markets look set to continue to outperform developed peers and regain much of the considerable underperformance experienced in the highly atypical period of 2010-2016. Read more here […]


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