As you can see, the Money Marketing website looks very different than what you are used to. A lot of work has gone into the redesign, and I wanted to take a bit of time to explain the new look and why we have made the decisions we have. When we redesigned the magazine just […]
Figures were boosted elsewhere in the business, particularly with a 17 per cent increase in assets at LGIM.
The new dawn of pension freedoms finally emerged from the shadows earlier this month, bringing with it the ability for people aged 55 and over to cash in their pension savings. However, new products have not yet appeared, meaning the options available are largely the same as before – other than the additional ability to […]
Apfa has failed to submit a request to the National Audit Office to review the costs of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, despite publicly calling for it almost two months ago. In February, Apfa published a press release calling on the NAO to conduct a value for money audit on the FSCS’s strategic projects. The […]
Jonathan Platt, Head of Fixed Income at Royal London Asset Management, discusses why RLAM would be supportive of the Bank of England selling back corporate bonds to the private sector – as recent speculation suggests – believing that this would be a positive move towards supporting the long-term interests of the sterling credit market. Read […]
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