Every conference I attend has someone talking about the need for innovation in retirement income. Having watched product developments over the past 20 years, it comes as no surprise the elusive new plan that sits halfway between an annuity and drawdown has yet to gain universal acceptance. Indeed, the so called “third-way products” are being […]
Income payments are increasing in frequency and size from investment trusts, new data suggests. Data from broker Winterflood Securities cited by the Financial Times shows that between 2013 and 2017, the proportion of trusts that paid some form of dividend for the year rose from 69 per cent to 82. The proportion of the 321 […]
An app aimed at helping advisers understand how retirement strategies will fare under different market conditions has completed a seed funding round, with backers including former Interactive Investor chief executive Adam Seale. Timeline was set up by Finalytiq founder Abraham Okusanya last year in response to pension freedoms. It uses empirical research, asset class returns, […]
Constantly telling people they are not saving enough will breed resentment and cynicism. We need a fresh approach
Vincent Chailley, CIO of H2O Asset Management, discusses the key investment factors in 2016, including volatility, the disconnection between central banks and its implications on markets, as well as opportunities that may exist for investors.
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