Ex-Bankhall duo Mike Buckley and Gordon Covell are set to receive a little more media exposure than they first expected in the coming weeks.The pair, who run the Active Management Group, were spotted at a Soho bar while waiting for a Money Marketing hack by a TV crew filming a dating show. Buckley was asked what was his favourite chat-up line, to which Covell interrupted to say: “How do you like your eggs in the morning?” So as well as adorning the pages of Money Marketing, expect to see the pair on a late-night TV show soon. The only question is which lovely ladies will choose them.
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I read with interest the article reassuring IFAs that there is no commission crisis. I happen to agree with the present assessment, however, I would still urge IFAs to reduce any dependence on initial commission as soon as possible. The polly put the kettle on assessment certainly highlights a risk to advisers, which is essentially […]
The Mortgage Business has appointed Robert Holmes as director of strategy and planning.He was part of the original team that launched TMB in 1989. Since then he has fulfilled a number of roles within the company including new business, customer service, systems support and project management.Holmes says: This new role gives me the opportunity to […]
Over 70 per cent of callers in a recent survey by the Pensions Advisory Service have said they would need advice as to whether they should opt to stay in or come out of the new system of personal accounts likely to come into effect in 2012.
Amid significant macro headwinds in August, Mark Page explains why his fund’s focus on stock selection has helped it outperform a falling market in August. BESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswy
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