Trevor Greetham of Royal London Asset Managers.
Rob Burnett, Head of European Equities, Neptune Investors are asking themselves if the sovereign debt crisis has returned to Europe. The major question being, is Italy going to leave the euro? How can we assess these probabilities? The latest Eurobarometer data on Italian public opinion is useful, particularly when compared to the UK and […]
One of the advisers involved in the British Steel saga has applied to the FCA to cancel all of its regulatory permissions. A note on the FCA Register shows Retirement & Pension Planning Services, based in Barnsley, applied to cancel its authorisation on 22 May. FCA rules state a firm must stop carrying out regulated […]
Royal London chief executive Phil Loney has been appointed deputy chair of the Association of British Insurers. Loney takes over from Direct Line Group chief executive Paul Geddes. Loney will work under newly elected chair Amanda Blanc who takes over from Aviva UK life chief executive Andy Briggs. Blanc, who is incoming Zurich Europe, Middle East […]
National IFA Mattioli Woods has stopped giving defined benefit transfer advice as it undertakes a review of the service. In a statement today, Mattioli Woods says it has been in discussions with the FCA while its review of the DB transfer market is ongoing. It also says it is carrying out a “full review” of […]
After an “interesting” year, Peter Saacke separates the so-what stories (the Swiss franc, Grexit) from the ones with lasting impact on global equities.
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