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Pensions key financial services product for retaining staff

Pensions are the most important financial services product in terms of recruiting and retaining staff according to a new survey of employers’ attitudes toward a range of financial services provided at work.

The survey by Legal & General and Barclays of 771 employers, pensions scored 56 per cent as the most important benefit, compared with 31 per cent for healthcare.


Standard Bank Offshore – Balanced Fund

Wednesday, 18 July 2001.Type: Fund of funds.Aim: Growth by investing in bonds and equities.Minimum investment: £10,000 or $15,000.Place of registration: Jersey.Investment split: Bonds 50 per cent, equities 50 per cent.Isa link: No.Charges: Initial up to 5.5 per cent, annual 1.5 per cent.Commission: Initial up to 4.5 per cent, renewal up to 0.5 per cent.Tel: 01534 […]

Former EMX boss joins management consultant

Former EMX chief executive Caroline Lee has been appointed to the wealth management team at financial service management consultancy City Consultants. Lee headed EMX during the period the electronic investment fund trading service was launched.City Consultants provides services to the securities industry and has clients in the UK, Europe and US. Managing director John Rawlings […]

ScotAm brand under review by Pru

The future of the Scottish Amicable brand within the Prudential group isunderstood to be under review and could soon be ditched. Money Marketing understands talks are taking place on whether to carry onusing the ScotAm name or whether all products should come under thePrudential brand. It already sells annuities and its Prudence bond through intermediariesunder […]

Jon maguire

I f you are an IFA, Jon Maguire could be a man worth getting to know. Aschief executive of Sway – or “chief chimp” as he prefers to call himself –a large part of his time is spent selecting the most important IFAs andsending them on all expenses paid trips to investment conferences in sunnyclimates. […]


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