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Maltin joins Rathbones

Rathbones has appointed James Maltin as investment director to manage private client portfolios.


The ungrateful dread

Sir Richard Branson has garnered millions of column inches in the media over the years, positive and negative in equal measure.

Speculation centres on Amex wrap

Amex refuses to comment on speculation that its wrap could face closure if a buyer is found for the platform. The Amex wrap has a range of 4000 funds and around 50m of assets under administration.

MPs slam ‘misleading’ equity-release adverts

Labour backbenchers have accused Norwich Union and other equity-release providers of misleading advertising and targeting an inappropriate market. In a Westminster debate this week, Labour MP and Treasury select committee member George Mudie used the example of an NU ad as evidence that products are being targeted at too young an audience. He said marketing […]

Britannia’s rule

Whenever we decide to expand our network and open a branch in a new town, we have time to use a values-based process to recruit and train staff in the relevant cultural and procedural aspects of the society. But when two businesses merge, the challenges are much greater. One day, staff are working to the […]

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In Focus — February 2015

Jelf Employee Benefits looks at the issue of paying anaesthetist fees when the patient had no chance to discuss or agree to them prior to care; and provides recommendations for avoiding this scenario.


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