Most of the columns I have written for Money Marketing have been number free. I could have cited lots of numbers in support of whatever point I was making but this practice, which many still use, strikes me as old-fashioned. If you present an argument that encourages readers to question the numbers, isn’t it better […]
The Pensions Regulator has issued a record number of compliance notices against employers for breaching auto-enrolment rules, according to its quarterly enforcement bulletin. An update published today says that between April and June the watchdog issued 27,219 compliance notices, which is the most in any three-month period. The bulletin also notes how several different powers […]
The number of new complaints to the Financial Ombudsman Service concerning Sipps has nearly doubled in the last year, latest data shows. FOS stats released this morning show the adjudicator handled 521 new Sipp cases between April and June 2017. This has now risen to 922 for the same period in 2018. In total, the […]
Former Aegon chief operating officer Tommy Young has rejoined the provider as a consultant as it continues to resolve issues with the Cofunds replatforming. Young was appointed chief operating officer at Aegon in 2011 having joined the provider in 2009 as governance and controls director of its sales and distribution business. He retired in February. […]
By Mark Martin, Manager of Neptune UK Mid Cap Fund
Rapid economic and income growth is leading to a dramatic shift in diet towards protein products right around the globe. UK companies such as Genus, the world’s largest livestock breeder, are benefiting from this increasing demand. Mark Martin, manager of the Neptune UK Mid Cap Fund, discusses this investment theme.
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