Shadow chancellor Chris Leslie is keen for a Labour review of pre-election policies to centre on the party’s controversial mansion tax, Money Marketing understands. Interim Labour leader Harriet Harman yesterday confirmed she was in the process of commissioning a broad review into the party’s surprise collapse, which saw the Conservative secure a majority in the […]
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Openwork is to leave Apfa after two years in the trade body. The network is leaving Apfa with immediate effect. Openwork chief executive Mark Duckworth will also step down from the Apfa board. In a statement, Duckworth says: “Our size, scale and status, offering both restricted and independent advice through the safety of an AR […]
There has been little change to annuity rates since the last update and this reflects the flat line trend for gilt yields at the moment. The benchmark 15-year gilt yield has remained just under 2 per cent so far in April. Unless yields increase, annuity rates will remain at present levels. In my recent paper […]
By Robin Geffen, Fund Manager & CEO, Neptune Equity income funds have a vital role to play in client portfolios today. With the awkward confluence of the baby boomers retiring as fixed income yields sit at historic lows, these funds have increasingly taken centre stage in delivering income for those who need to live off […]
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