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People saving into personal pensions are being hit by charges of over 2 per cent in their first year of investing, research reveals. Analysis conducted by ComPeer and commissioned by Nutmeg shows schemes run by wealth managers can charge up to £2,220 on a £100,000 pot over the first year of investing. Investec Weath & […]
Day two of Finovate kicked off with the organisers highlighting the volume of money that firms presenting in 2014 had raised, totaling a staggering $1.4bn. Of this two of the six who had raised the most are firms whose propositions have significant potential in the UK; Motif Investing, who raised a breathtaking $75m, and Personal […]
Conservative peer Lord Howard Flight was today announced as president of the new adviser trade body being launched by Garry Heath. Former IFA Association director general Garry Heath revealed further details of the association, named Libertatem, at a launch event in London today. He aims to raise £1m in the first 15 months of the […]
Labour has named Nottingham East MP Chris Leslie as its new shadow chancellor following the defeat of Ed Balls at last week’s election. Leslie steps up from his previous role as shadow chief secretary to the Treasury, in which he opposed Liberal Democrat Danny Alexander. Having previously represented the Yorkshire constituency of Shipley from 1997, […]
In the first video of a series of short interviews conducted with Investment Week’s Editor, Lawrence Gosling, Senior UK Equity Fund Managers Martin Cholwill, Richard Marwood and Henry Lowson discuss the effect that unfolding Brexit negotiations are having on their plans for positioning. The managers also address monetary policy, sharing their views following the latest […]
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