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The Daley Update

Aberdeen is to offer IFAs transferable renewal commission from October 1. IFAs can get trail on existing investments of new clients.

Framlington NetNet fund manager Chris Bell has quit the group to pursue a career in client relations with Tilney Investment Management. Bell was lead manager of the unit trust until May. Nick Evans now heads the fund. Framlington head of European equities Caspar Rock is moving to Antony Milford&#39s Framlington Health fund team. Rock&#39s European unit trust will be managed by Mark Hargraves.

Aegon Asset Management has recruited Melanie Mitchell as a European corporate bond specialist for its fixed-interest team. Mitchell joins from Abbey National, where she was an investment manager.

BFS is to launch a new split-capital property fund, investing primarily in commercial property. BFS Managed Properties Limited will be a Guernsey-registered investment company, offering zero dividend preference shares and ordinary shares. The zeros will have a 10-year lifetime and aim for annual capital growth of 9 per cent. The ordinary shares will have an initial dividend yield of 9.5 per cent.

Schroders head of investment management Nicola Ralston is to retire after 22 years with the group. Schroders says it will not be replacing Ralston. Instead, her responsibilities will be divided by Schroders&#39 chief investment officers David Gasparro and Sara Harun.

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