It is to to call itself Tomorrow. We assume it is not the tomorrow of the procrastinator but the tomorrow of the optimist and the planner. Advisers will always be cynical about a rebrand but if the products are right and the service too then brands no matter how off the wall will eventually come to sound and feel right.
It is difficult to find anyone whose optimism remains completely untrammeled at present.
A voracious appetite for all things property has brought a surge in the number of funds specialising in what was once a niche investment.
Alliance & Leicester has updated its range of specialist mortgages with the new range available from today.It includes a buy-to-let two-year tracker at base rate minus 0.16 per cent with a maximum loan-to-value of 85 per cent and a £1,999 arrangement fee. There is a buy-to-Let two-year fix at 5.39 per cent with maximum 75 […]
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It is one of the (very) few things Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton agree on: the cost of healthcare in the US must be brought under control. Simon Edelsten, manager of the Artemis Global Select Fund, explains what this means for investors. Click here to read the full article
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