Following on from last week’s column, my plans to launch Inertia Asset Management – where our wonderful investors will never sell out of our mediocre fund range, no matter how shoddy our performance – have already been scuppered by my research assistant, the faithful Ms Google, informing me that such a company already exists.
Governments and central banks around the world are trying to boost demand and minimise the risk of an extended and damaging period of deflation but the first half of this year is clearly proving to be extremely difficult.
A pension company that invested in storage products with investors’ savings has been ordered into liquidation by the High Court. Kent-based Chartwell Trustee Pension Solutions was the sole trustee of the Pinnacle Pension Scheme. Chartwell amassed in excess of £4.8m of members’ pension funds following an apparent cold-calling telesales operation. Members were told to expect 8 […]
Drawdown investors need solutions focused on downside protection, inflation hedging and managing volatility risk The sector has a job on its hands to ensure the pension freedom reforms so many of us celebrated just a few years ago do not become a landmark we reflect on with regret in decades to come. That is the […]