Gartmore has appointed two new investment managers to its global quantitative strategies team.Gerald Campbell and Jeffrey Kerrigan will report to MIke Gleason, who has been promoted to the new role head of global quantitative strategies. Campbell and Gleason will both be London-based, joining the 15-strong team and will share responsibility for growing Gartmore’s global quantitative […]
There are some events in life which make us realise how precious our existence is and appreciate our lifestyles. Some even remind us of the immense value that we provide in the financial-advice profession, more than any other except, perhaps, the medical sector.
There are now more active savers in UK DC pension schemes than in DB pension schemes, according to recent stats from the Pensions Policy Institute. It also estimate that in just 15 years there could be as many as 17 million members enrolled in DC workplace pension schemes*. Based on current experience it is expected […]
Banks are heading back into the world of advice but a culture clash means IFAs should not feel threatened It is interesting to see how many banks, asset managers and discretionary fund managers are moving into the advice space. Some for the first time. Others, with hope winning over experience, for the second or even […]
Baillie Gifford is lowering the annual management charge on four of its investment trusts from 1 January 2019. The Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust, Pacific Horizon Investment Trust, The Baillie Gifford Japan Trust and Baillie Gifford Shin Nippon all allow a tiered approach based on its total assets, and the group will reduce fees for the […]
FP Wealth Management director on helping other advice firms reap the benefits of taking on students If the future of advice makes you think of technology, think again. It is really all about people. A business cannot function without good people – something FP Wealth Management director Ian Bentley is well aware of. For the […]