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RLAM in joint venture with Royal London Private Equity

Royal London Asset Management is launching a new private equity joint venture Royal London Private Equity.

The new company will be based in offices in London and Glasgow and will manage Royal London&#39s portfolio of private equity funds and direct investments which total in value £60m.

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R&SA UK Life adds 11 external fund links

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Aifa director general Paul Smee is urging IFAs to be cautious about indications from the FSA that polarisation may be preserved.Smee says: “I think the FSA&#39s mind is still open, but I don&#39t know how much to read into their comments. I count no chickens.“There was no-one at the meeting particularly focused on getting multi-ties […]

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Brexit: what to expect in the aftermath

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