Lincoln Financial Group is confident about the prospects for variable annuities this year, claiming the financial crisis has proved the value of guarantees.
Over 10,000 small firms will pay lower regulatory fees than last year.
Rensburg corporate bond trust manager John Anderson is leaving the firm after nine years.
Legal & General has more than doubled its credit default reserves to £1.2bn but refuses to rule out a dividend cut in response to market concerns.
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