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Incredibly, there are no longer any major investment banks in the US. Thousands of people have lost their jobs and many more are sure to go as the financial services industry learns to live without the money that it used to have.
Advisers are concerned that clients in the soon-to-be-defunct AIG Life UK enhanced fund are being forced to make an irrevocable decision about their investment without asset value information.AIG Life is closing the fund on December 15 and is giving investors the choice of withdrawing their investment or transferring it to a protected recovery fund.Policyholders who […]
Some 79 per cent of advisers are more wary about recommending structured products due to concern over Lehman-backed investments, according to a moneymarketing.co.uk straw poll.
Standard Life’s latest savings and investment index shows that consumers are still alarmingly misguided when it comes to saving for their retirement.
Ewan Thompson, Head of Emerging Market Equities, Neptune Although in political terms 2016 will be remembered for the seismic shocks of the Brexit vote and Trump’s presidential victory, the year was also a watershed for the global economy and emerging markets in particular. Following five years in the wilderness, the conditions are now in place […]
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