Money Marketing Live takes place on May 5 at Olympia in West London with regulation and multi-distribution in the depolarised world set to dominate the conference agenda. Speakers from across the industry will discuss where tied, multi-tied and independent advice will settle in the market., Speakers will include Clive Briault, managing director (retail markets) of the FSA and Trevor Matthews, chief executive (life and pensions) of Standard Life, who will discuss the future of products, distribution and advice. To find out more go to the website www.moneymarketinglive.co.uk or call Kim Harris on 020 7943 8048.
The board of the 354.6m Securities Trust of Scotland has written to shareholders in inch-high letters urging them not to accept the hostile takeover bid from the 387.4m Perpetual income and growth investment trust.
Financial services firms tend to design products benchmarked against what their competitors are doing rather than meeting the needs of their customers, according to an interim FSA report into treating customers fairly.
Bank of Ireland is looking at the sale of the non-mortgage elements of Bristol & West with plans to shed B&W’s 97 UK branches.
A leading investment analyst thinks investors should switch out of the F&C Pacific trust following its takeover by Witan.
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