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“I understand you have taken up gardening for the last year or so?”

TV host Toby Anstis to Paul Hogarth on his time out of the industry

“What’s up with you? Do you think you’re on a hot date or something?”

Hogarth to Anstis

“I cracked it sliding down something I should not be sliding down with my kids.”

Capita’s Graham Coxell on his injured coccyx

“EMF’s second album was brilliant. I stand by it”

Former MM features editor Phil Scott’s music taste appears to have improved little since his move to The Sunday Times

“I salivate in expectation of Hostel 2.”

Lifesearch’s Kevin Carr shows his softer side


Schroders postpones European equity fund

Schroders has postponed the launch of its European equity income trust following a lack of initial demand.The trust was test marketed to specific buyers and is expec-ted to be launched by the end of the year to allow more time to attract interest.It is structured in a similar vein to the group’s income maximiser fund, […]

Is china cracking?

After stunning recent returns, advisers are starting to turn away from China to other markets, says Helen Pow

Splitting shares

In my last couple of articles, I started to highlight and discuss some of the major points in identifying the need for director share purchase arrangements for limited companies in different circumstances. I have so far restricted my thoughts to relatively simple examples of company share structure and so, in this article, I will start to look at more usual – although slightly more complex – situations.

CAB thinks bigger for second advice pilot

The Citizens Advice Bureau is launching its second financial advice pilot in conjunction with the Personal Finance Society and is recruiting advisers to work pro bono.The pilot will last two years and will take place in 25 offices across the country. The original project in 2005 lasted eight months and was held in eight locations.PFS […]


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