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Since leaving the relatively secure universe of networks and support services five years ago, my post-RDR world has been solely focused on establishing a new advice business from scratch. Over the course of time, we, like many, have received a number of approaches to buy the business. Each approach was initially flattering and potentially exciting […]
Prime Minister Theresa May has promised to crack down on highly paid executives who do not support workers’ pensions enough. In an article for Sunday’s Observer May argues markets need to be rebalanced in favour of ordinary people. She makes the case on the back of outsourcer Carillion going into liquidation last week forcing the […]
Not everyone wants to conform to a prescribed, industry-standard retirement
By Rob Burnett, head of European Equities, Neptune Value strategies have historically outperformed their growth counterparts, yet have suffered amid adverse market conditions in recent years. While value’s outperformance has returned, few funds are positioned for it. What’s behind value’s recent resurgence and will it last? View charts here Important information Investment risks Neptune funds […]
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