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US advice firm opens first London office

Brown Advisory, a US-based specialist investment advice firm, is opening its first office in London. The firm focuses on US equities but says moving to the UK will give it better access to the UK and Europe.

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AIG on hunt for more top signings to lead IFA push

AIG is looking to recruit more protection specialists as it focuses on the UK advisory market.Last month, Money Marketing revealed that AIG had appointed former Munich Re head of protection marketing Will Adler as protection product and planning actuary.The move was seen as an indication that AIG was turning its attention on the UK intermediary […]

Pru targets UK expats with tax-efficient offshore bond

Prudential International is offering a new single-premium offshore portfolio bond.The Portfolio Account is a tax-efficient open architecture offshore bond that gives advisers access to more than 2,000 funds from different fund managers.The bond has four charging options and requires a minimum £50,000 investment. It allows 20 free fund switches in the first year and 10 […]

Edwards wants to cross the t’s for tele standards

Bright Grey product director Roger Edwards is calling for common definitions of tele-underwriting methods to remove confusion.Most protection providers offer some sort of tele-underwriting, whether in-house or outsourced.But Edwards says that some product providers offer “big T” tele-underwriting, which involves filling out the entire application form with the client over the phone, while others use […]

Martin Foden discusses how convenience is affecting the construction of fixed income portfolios

In this short video, Martin Foden, head of credit research at Royal London Asset Management, discusses how convenience is affecting the construction of fixed income portfolios. Watch the video in full The value of investments and the income from them is not guaranteed and may go down as well as up and investors may not […]

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