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Wheel meet again

Lanson’s Francesca Pattison organised a go-karting event for the press and Fidelity’s multi-managers last week but had clearly arranged private classes in advance as she was all over Money Marketing’s back end like a crazy woman in the closing stages. After two laps of jostling and some keen attempts at a pass, she took advantage of a schoolboy error to seize the inside line and race ahead. Fidelity won the event, Lansons came second. And they say journalists are competitive…


Money Portal chief Morris quits ahead of court case

The Money Portal is expected to announce a new chief executive next week after former CEO Tony Morris was forced to resign last week by the Department of Trade and Industry. Morris resigned in advance of a court case brought by the DTI concerning his role as director of 11 firms, seven of which have […]

BBB bother

BBB is facing a raft of problems.

Birth of a notion

Our panel of experts discuss the nature of domicile and how it impacts on an individual’s tax status

Democracy in motion

There are few occasions when an organisation consults its members with a completely open mind.

Neptune’s Burnett looks beyond Greece

Watch Rob Burnett, manager of the Neptune European Opportunities Fund, discuss the Greek bailout deal and its potential implications for European equities. In the video Rob discusses: Why, with the Greek crisis receding, markets can now focus on Europe’s strong fundamentals The resilience of European markets and why the recovery is on a solid footing […]


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