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Profits increase by 9.5% at Perpetual

Perpetual posted a 9.5 per cent rise in profits in the year to the end of September despite the fund manager reporting "a more difficult sales environment". Profits increased to £59.6m from £54.4m but turnover fell by 13 per cent to £1.28bn from £1.46bn in 1996. But funds under management rose by 33 per cent to £8.8bn from £6.6bn.

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Johnson Fleming set to host webinar on auditing auto-enrolment schemes

With 23 auto-enrolment compliance notices issued by the Pensions Regulator, and an evolving legislative landscape meaning previously compliant schemes may now be in breach of regulation, now is the time to think about auditing your auto-enrolment scheme. Johnson Fleming is hosting a webinar on 9 October at 11:00 on how to audit your scheme to ensure compliance, avoid breaches and fines and overcome data issues.

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