New Star has set up a website to provide investors and intermediaries with details of its four investment trusts. The data includes share prices, net asset values, newsletters and announcements.
The Personal Finance Society’s wrap questionnaire has been criticised by IFAs who feel it neglected to include the main reason for using platforms.
Hamptons Mortgages managing director Kevin Duffy is considering a role in the lending industry following his surprise departure from the broker firm late last week.
Scottish Provident has hit out at the Association of British Insurers for leaving IFAs uninformed on critical-illness insurance developments by not communicating its statement of best practice effectively to them.
Towry Law is aiming to raise professional standards by setting the Chartered Insurance Institute’s diploma in financial planning as its minimum benchmark qualification by the end of 2008.
Journalist Alexis Xydias discusses the opportunities – and potential pitfalls – of investing in China with Artemis fund manager Peter Saacke. With Peter holding significant positions in China in the Artemis funds he manages, journalist Alexis Xydias quizzes Peter on the risks of investing in Chinese stocks – including over-valuations, margin trading and financial reporting issues. Click here for video
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