Analysts at Jefferies have maintained their buy rating on the newly-merged Standard Life Aberdeen despite the potential loss of a major £109bn mandate. In a note to investors this week, Jeffries says it does not have to revise its modelling from mid-March, when it predicted a positive future for the firm amid a battle to […]
In early 2002, I wrote a 15-page guide called “How to be your own financial adviser”. My aim was to help anyone who read it make better financial decisions. As well as making the guide available through my firm’s website and to existing clients, I posted hard copies to personal finance journalists on the major […]
Pensions and financial inclusion minister Guy Opperman discusses the Government’s DB white paper. The new financial year always brings with it a sense of new beginnings, as new projects are started and plans for the year ahead finalised. This is an especially busy time for the pensions industry and as I look ahead to the […]
In the latest Investment Clock economic update, Ian Kernohan, Senior Economist at Royal London Asset Management, discusses the implications of the US Federal Reserve’s recent hike in interest rates and upcoming French presidential election. The value of investments and the income from them is not guaranteed and may go down as well as up and […]
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