The new regulation requires a culture change in terms of how personal data is perceived and treated. With less than four months to go until the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation, strategies to comply should be nearing completion. There are differences of opinion on some aspects and, as with all pieces of major […]
Building on auto-enrolment’s success and fine tuning the pensions dashboard are high on the list As I write my first Money Marketing column of the year, it has given me an opportunity to look back on what the Government has done to transform pensions and savings for people since 2010. Five years on from the […]
As the first adviser platform to float on the stock exchange, Transact’s initial public offering this month marked a watershed moment for the financial planning profession. There has been talk in the market for years over whether the likes of AJ Bell and Nucleus would take the plunge too, with speculation over both names hotting […]
Platform AJ Bell has confirmed it is considering an initial public offering on the main market of the London Stock Exchange, including offering shares to customers. Reports emerged last month the company was considering an IPO and it has now appointed adviser Numis Securities to explore the float, which is expected to take place towards […]
Alex Ralph, manager of the Artemis High Income Fund, talks about high-yield bonds in the US and Europe – and why she favours the latter.
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