Manchester Building Society’s profits fell by 71 per cent in 2009 to £700,000 from £2.4m in 2008 after it wrote off a £2.5m shareholding in disbanded network Network Data.
Gartmore has suspended fund manager Guillaume Rambourg pending the outcome of an internal probe regarding possible breaches in directing trades. The move was made in consultation with the FSA and Gartmore says it has not found any information to date which suggests that the firm’s clients have suffered a loss as a result of any […]
Blue Sky Asset Management has launched the enhanced growth plan FTSE 100 series.
Eighty per cent of advisers would support Aifa in a legal challenge against the £80m Financial Services Compensation Scheme industry levy, according to an IFA survey.
HML has told its staff yesterday that it could cut over 100 jobs after a review of the business.
Matt Shafer, Head of International Distribution, discusses the firm’s philosophy around Durable Portfolio Construction, particularly the importance of putting risk first, thinking about better ways to use traditional asset classes and how to position alternatives in portfolios.
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Aviva has triggered a five day platform blackout as it moves to new technology. The platform will be unavailable from 6pm on Wednesday 17 January through to Monday 22 January while the provider manages its transition onto an updated system run by technology provider FNZ. The downtime will affect Aviva’s investment platform only, but other adviser […]
JLM Mortgage Services has launched the first stage of its new ‘robo advice’ service. The mortgage and protection network claims it is the first network to launch such a tool to its members. The Virtual Adviser will allow member brokers to offer an online service to residential and buy-to-let customers. This service will offer an […]
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