The Exchange has signed up to standards body Origo's digital certificate system Unipass. This will give the 20,000 Exchange users the option to use the Unipass certificates or stick with the Exchange's own log-on process to access provider information.
Type: Oeic Aim: Growth by investing in UK equities Minimum investment: Lump sum £1,000, monthly £100 Investment split: 37.7% large caps, 34.4% small caps and unlisted, 27.9% mid caps Isa link: Yes Pep transfers: Yes Charges: Initial 5.25%, annual1.5% Commission: Initial 3%, renewal 0.5% Tel: 0845 6088702
Invesco Perpetual is launching a £40m venture capital trust investing in AIM-listed companies in a bid to exploit the Government's latest tax breaks. The VCT, sponsored by Noble & Company, will be managed by a team headed by Andy Crossley and Richard Smith. It is expected to open in mid-June at an offer price of […]
Type: Oeic Aim: Growth by investing in UK equities Minimum investment:Lump sum £25,000 Investment split: 28.8% cyclical services, 26.12% financials 15.73% non-cyclica services, 9.02% resources, 8.82% utilities, 3.28% non-cyclical consumer goods, 2.89% general industrials, 2.79% information technology, 1.51%basic industries, other 1.05% Isa link: Yes Pep transfers: No Charges: Initial 5%, annual 1.5% Commission: Initial 3%, […]
The editor of this august organ is renowned throughout financial services as an award-losing journalist and the Diary must bring the sad news to the world that he has done it again. Some two years ago, this foolish curly-mopped fellow turned up at the office with a bag full of shards of glass that had […]
By Kim Jarvis, Canada Life In this article we look at which forms personal representatives (PRs) need to complete and who actually pays the tax. To recap, under current rules, any part of the estate that falls within the available nil-rate band (NRB), currently £325,000, is taxed at zero. Anything in excess of the NRB is […]
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