Alan Easter got more than he bargained on a recent golf trip to La Manga.Easter, Hanover’s Pat Field and MNFA’s Damien Bradbury clearly took a detour via the 19th hole before rather than the usual apres golf, as by the time Easter reached the 11th, he had seemingly lost control of his buggy. Although Bunny will not admit to how much beer was consumed on said trip (“Tour rules apply”), these pictures seem to indicate that he was probably not playing quite on par. 1,000 euros and much hilarity later, the scooter was recovered. His wallet, mobile and car keys were not, still residing at the bottom of the lake.
Australian technology firm Bravura has bought fund management administration firm Rufus from the Bank of New York for a fee that could rise to £32m.
Resolution Asset Management will probably be relieved to have finally put to bed one of the most entertaining investment sagas of recent months by recruiting Ian Ormiston to join their threestrong senior European equity team.
Matt Goodburn considers the potential for large-cap stocks
The payment protection insurance market took a battering this week, and the MPPI sector was not spared its share of abuse.
Jelf Employee Benefits has released a guide to help employers communicate the recent raft of pension legislation to staff. ‘Your Guide to Pension Freedom’ will help employers meet their duty of care in explaining the changes to employees and in turn will help employees take more control over their pensions and retirement decisions.
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