Scarborough Building Society is launching a specialist lending brand, Scarborough Specialist Mortgages, for its niche product range. It will initially be offered to selected packagers and those with key relationships before a wider launch.
Invesco Perpetual UK aggressive fund manager Ed Burke has more than doubled his large-cap exposure in the last year, He has added Royal Dutch and Shell, BT, Rio Tinto, Barclays, HSBC and ICI to his top 10 holdings, saying he is finding better value in large caps than small and mid-caps. The fund holds 24 […]
A friend and client of mine has a small Prudential pension policy (fund value 1,800). He has just received documents and papers for the commencement of the annuity and the payment of the lump sum. The number of pages in these documents? There were 79. In the immortal words asked of the great George Best: […]
Pensioners have seen an average rise of 34 per cent in the cost of the goods and services they purchase, in the last ten years, says new research from Clerical Medical.
At the age of 79, the architect of critical-illness insurance, Dr Marius Barnard, is inexhaustible in his crusade to close the protection gap.
Content supplied by Natixis Global Asset Management This video from Natixis Global Asset Management focuses on Active Share. One strategy for the smarter use of equity investments is ensuring you get what you pay for. According to the company, looking at Active Share can give you a better perspective on where performance comes from. Active […]
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Lawyers who represent investors against Berkeley Burke over allegations of mis-sold Sipps estimate more than 1,000 claims could be in the pipeline. The High Court has approved a group litigation order relating to claims against Berkeley Burke Sipp Administration, and those affected have until 23 July 2018 to register to join the group action. It […]
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The FCA continues to engage with the asset management industry on new European regulations as questions remain over how firms should report costs and charges. After over a month since Mifid II and Priips came into force, concerns have been raised on how fund fees, in particular transaction costs, should be calculated under the two […]