British workers and senior managers at UK companies are calling for the compulsory inclusion of all employee benefits, including company pensions, within job adverts, according to a new study from Axa.
This week by Jo Thornhill, personal finance correspondent, The Mail on SundayThe week starts with a frantic search for a case study, a common Monday morning exercise. This time, it is the tricky issue of the child tax credit. Claimants have been receiving renewal packs and the National Audit Office is due to deliver a […]
Insinger de Beaufort has dropped Newton and Investec from its UK mandate because it believes the biggest risk to multi-managers is too many holdings leading to a replication of index returns within a double-charging structure.
By Kacper Brzezniak As the International Monetary Fund (IMF) downgrades the global growth outlook YET again (which is becoming a recurring theme, as we discussed here a year ago), we turn our eyes to Italy’s current economic disaster. Italy has recorded exceptionally weak growth in recent years but, in order to get a better understanding […]
Adviser trade body Pimfa has called on the government to go forward with the pensions dashboard as rumours swirl that ministers are considering abandoning the idea. Pimfa’s call comes after reports claim work and pensions secretary Esther McVey believes that the pensions dashboard would be a distraction to rolling out universal credit and so should […]
The Money Advice Service will soon be superseded by a new public financial guidance body, rolling it into Pension Wise and The Pensions Advisory Service. Money Marketing looks at some of the key stats for the organisation ahead of the transition.
The year so far has been full of manager and senior staff moves. Earlier this month, eight senior staff at Standard Life Aberdeen left to go to Aviva Investors, to join former Standard Life Investments equities head David Cumming. With moves like this in mind, is a management team or sole manager the better choice? […]