View more on these topics

Lincoln remains open for IFAs

Lincoln Financial Group has announced it will remain open for IFA business despite transferring its salesforce to the Inter-Alliance IFA group.

The IFA division will continue to offer Lincoln products such as its financial foundation umbrella protection range and its unit trusts.

It has also confirmed new and existing clients of Lincoln’s unit trust managers will be able to buy, sell and transfer funds within the company’s portfolio as usual.

Lincoln managing director Michael Tallet-Williams says "We have 630,000 clients whose business we value and they will continue to be able to deal with Lincoln as before."

Recommended

Goodfellows secures new ASU plan

Goodfellows has brought in a revamped version of securityfirst.co.uk, a mortgage payment protection insurance plan.The product is only available online and the cost has been revised by the company. After a free cover period of three months securityfirst.co.uk offers accident sickness and unemployment sickness (ASU) cover of £3.75 for every £100 of mortgage cover.A joint […]

Get the pension sharing mix right

I promised you even more discussion about sex and pensions last week but this time I will be detailing what happens when the sex has stopped (at least with one&#39s spouse) on divorce.Pensions and divorce will become the hot topic for pension advisers from December 1, even, I predict, in front of stakeholder pensions.Until the […]

Chase Fleming values style

Chase Fleming Asset Management is targeting investors looking for long term growth with the introduction of another offshore style fund.The FF-US strategic value fund will invest in undervalued US stocks. Stocks will not be selected simply because they are cheap. They might be temporarily out of favour because the economic climate of the time favours […]

Name change for Govett amid overhaul of brand

Investment manager AIB Govett is undergoing a complete rebranding, giving itself a new name and logo in an attempt to strengthen its identity with IFAs.It will now be known as Govett Investments and the launch follows a programme of research into the IFA market. It says the name Govett was well recognised but that the […]

Newsletter

News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up

Comments

    Leave a comment