The FSA says at least 10 recovery firms are aiming a scam at investors who bought shares through Pacific Continental Securities Ltd, which went into administration in June 2007.
Investing in closed-ended funds over the past 20 years provides a good deal of perspective on the investment trust cycle and I find it inconceivable that discounts will remain as wide as they are at present.
Friends Provident is adding two planning tools which it describes as e-finance to its online group pension.The first is a financial toolbox, which gives members a snapshot of all incomings and outgoings, while the second is a financial portfolio which enables members to input data and get an up to date valuation.Manager of pensions communications […]
Nationwide has revealed that it is to open savings operations in Ireland which will allow it access to European Central Bank funds.
Aegon Scottish Equitable has unveiled its plans to launch a review tool and pre-sale underwriting questionnaire to increase profitability for IFAs selling individual protection.
Fiona Hanrahan – Senior Product Insight and Technical Support Analyst We are often asked how parental leave impacts workplace pension schemes in terms of funding in general, auto enrolment and salary exchange. This article will explain each of these. How does parental leave impact the funding of workplace pension schemes? A member of a defined […]
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