Industry experts have hailed the Conservative’s majority in the general election and say the housing market has “dodged a bullet” as the UK avoided voting Labour into power. The Conservatives achieved a comprehensive victory, winning 331 of the 650 seats being contested. Labour came second with 232 seats, followed by the Scottish National Party with […]
The Government was keen to allow those with defined benefit pensions access to the same freedom and choice as those with defined contribution savings. That is why we have new rules that allow transfers to proceed once a member of a DB scheme has received advice. However, the planned reduction of the lifetime allowance from […]
Investment platform targets 1.4 million firms yet to hit staging dates.
The UK small cap market is set to regain traction on the back of weak sterling, a stronger IPO market and the more positive outlook in Europe. Valuations have become more attractive following the sell-off in the small cap sector in 2014, after a “very good run” in 2012-2013, says AXA Wealth head of investing […]
Following a slightly shaky data story last week, Mark Carney has fuelled speculation that a May rate hike might be off the cards. However, Craig Inches, Head of Rates and Cash at Royal London Asset Management says whether or not this just turns out to be a seasonal dip, the bank shouldn’t be using this […]
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