View more on these topics

Teather & Greenwood appoints new retail analyst

Corporate and private client stockbroker Teather & Greenwood is appointing David Stoddart as retail analyst.

Stoddart joins after six years with Investec Henderson Crosthwaite where he was a research director and retail analyst. He was formerly a retail analyst at Societe General Strauss Turnbull, head of retail research at ANZ McCaugham and retail analyst at Capel-Cure Myers.

Teather & Greenwood research head Michael Drozd says: “Our recruitment of analysts to expand existing teams and to initiate coverage of new sectors continues. We expect to make further appointments in the near future.”

Recommended

Aifa says FSA needs &#39reality check&#39 on fees

Aifa is calling on the FSA to carry out a “reality check” on some of its plans for its new fee regime. In its response to the paper on post-N2 fee-raising, Aifa says some of the proposals are “Draconian”. It is particularly concerned about the plan to stop IFAs paying fees by instalments. It believes […]

Scarborough makes tracks

Scarborough Building Society has introduced the flexible base rate tracker plus moneyback mortgage, which gives borrowers a £275 cashback.The interest rate is 1.10 per cent above the base rate and is guaranteed not to exceed this during the mortgage term. Following the Bank of England&#39s 0.25 per cent cut in the base rate to 5.75 […]

Sofa so good for campaign

Sofa is promoting its Find an Adviser online search facility for consumers with its first national advertising campaign. It will be running ads in the national press over the next 12 months. The campaign also aims to explain to consumers how Find an Adviser differs from other search facilities for IFAs, such as those from […]

Liontrust – Liontrust Knowledge Economy Trust

Thursday, 22nd February 2001.Type: Investment trust.Aim: Growth by investing in UK smaller companies that have exploited strengths such as personnel, databases and expertise, and have more than 3 per cent owned by directors.Minimum investment: £1,000.Maximum investment: No maximum.Investment split: 100 per cent in UK smaller companies that have exploited strengths such as personnel, databases and […]

Identifying best-in-class UK stocks — Mark Martin, Neptune UK Opportunities Fund

FE Alpha Manager Mark Martin assumed management of the multi-cap UK Opportunities Fund at the beginning of February. As manager of the highly regarded UK Mid Cap Fund, Martin has begun restructuring the new portfolio to focus on our very best UK stock ideas from across the FTSE All-Share Index. In this video, update Martin addresses:

– Themes informing the UK Opportunities Fund
– The multi-cap structure of the fund
– UK equity valuations

Newsletter

News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up

Comments

    Leave a comment