Back from the dead: why collective pensions could now happen
The idea of collective defined contribution pensions has been around for a while now. But they have slipped in and out of relevance as a generation of politicians dilly-dallies around pressing pension questions.
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China fears knock miners while pound drops as summit of EU leaders ends without Brexit breakthrough.
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Last year's best performing stock in the FTSE All-Share slumps 8% and has lost around a quarter of its value since the end of last month.
Nudge unit director explains how to avoid Mifid 10% rule panic
New Model Adviser® asked how to prevent some members from opting out of their savings arrangement, pension or other, when informed of a fall in their portfolio.
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In its trading update for the six months to 30 September, the company revealed its AUM increased by 16.3% from £4.9 billion in March.
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Despite selling out of Standard Life Gars in 2016, chief investment officer Henry Gaskin says SG Wealth Management still favours absolute return funds as part of its active-only approach