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L&G enters £600m build to rent deal to pay pensions

Legal & General Capital is to pay annuities from the rental income generated by 3,000 new homes as part of a £600m deal with a Dutch asset manager. The “build to rent” partnership with PGGM – which is involved in similar schemes in the Netherlands and US – will start by building 650 properties in […]

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HSBC set to decide on UK exit

HSBC is to hold a board meeting this week to decide whether the bank will move its headquarters away from the UK. The 20-person group board will hold a two-day meeting at the end of the week in Hong Kong to make a decision on the move, a source told the Daily Telegraph. HSBC, which has […]

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AJ Bell: We need to wake up to secondary annuity threat

Let’s imagine the Tardis existed outside Saturday night television. That we really had the option of travelling back in time, perhaps just three years or so to a point where neither the pension freedoms nor the possibility of once-in-a-lifetime reforms to tax relief on pension contributions were considered as anything more than a remote possibility. […]

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Leader: How do you define the advice gap?

It is something of a truism to say an advice gap was created as a result of the RDR. There are fewer advisers in the market where those who were close to retirement decided to shut up shop a couple of years early, and consumers are not always prepared to pay upfront for advice. There […]

The future of dividends

Senior UK Equity Fund Managers Martin Cholwill, Richard Marwood and Henry Lowson discuss the future of dividends with Investment Week Editor Lawrence Gosling in the latest in a series of interviews focusing on UK Equities. During the video the managers look at the visibility and sustainability of dividends and how high dividend growth compares with […]

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