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Standard ponders investment arm

Standard Life is considering creating an independent investment arm. Group managing director Scott Bell says the life office will decide in the next six months whether to launch the new fund management subsidiary.

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RSPCA scratches financial surface

The RSPCA is set to become the latest player in the financial services industry with the launch of savings and loan products next month. If successful, the RSPCA says life insurance and mortgages could follow. The charity will launch the products with one-off news paper ads and inserts. It follows the successful launch of an […]

Scottish Provident to close four branches

Scottish Provident is axing four branch offices in its latest bid to focus its marketing strategy but insists that service to IFAs will not be hit. Offices in Edinburgh, Cambridge, Leeds and Southampton are to shut, leaving a nationwide branch network of eight. The branches will be phased out over the next four months. The […]

Leading Edge June – Investment panel debate

RLAM’s asset class specialists discuss some of the findings from the panel session at our recent Investment Conference. By Rob Williams, Head of Distribution Welcome to the latest edition of Leading Edge. It has been an eventful six months since the last e-zine. The European Central Bank announced ongoing stimulus measures, while the immigration crisis in Europe threw the […]

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