View more on these topics

ScotEqu Intl cutting Luxemburg staff

Scottish Equitable International is set to reduce its headcount at its Luxemburg offices by half by the end of year.

It currently employs around 100 people, and says it won&#39t renew short term contracts and will look to make voluntary redundancies.

Recommended

Product matters

With the end of the tax year fast approaching, this is the time wheninvestment houses pull out all the stops to bring exciting new funds to thetable. This season will be no exception but what we will see is a biastowards the more cautious end of the market.The balance between equities and bonds is essential […]

A hard day&#39s knight

The new year is a time for looking forward as well as looking back and formaking resolutions that are well meant but often forgotten. What followsare my suggestions for a few resolutions, all of which require the consentof a third party if they are not to fail.My first resolution concerns consultation papers. Last year, we […]

Fidelity goes for neutral style

Fidelity Investments has added a specialist global equity fund to its Fidelity Funds Sicav range.The Fidelity Funds global focus fund will invest in between 100 and 150 stocks. The MSCI World Index will be used as a guide when constructing the portfolio, but the fund will not be restricted by sector or geographic weightings.Fidelity&#39s director […]

Northern Rock launches new fixed rate bonds

Northern Rock is launching three new limited issue fixed rate bonds.The bonds will bear interest rates of 4 per cent for one year, 4.15 per cent for two years and 4.3 per cent for three years.They will be available by postal applications or through Northern Rock branches from January 8 on investments of at least […]

Newsletter

News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up

Comments

    Leave a comment