D2C growth helps AJ Bell assets to £46bn ahead of IPO
Growth of AJ Bell’s direct-to-consumer platform business has sped up over the past year, while expansion of its advised platform flattened off, as inflows from defined benefit (DB) transfers have begun to slow.
Generation game: miserable millennials and boomers in business
Eliza Filby of Kings College London sits down with Ollie Smith to talk inter-generational differences, mansplaining, and the plague of extended adolescence.
Pound rises after Barnier says Brexit deal 90% done
Pound edges higher after European Union negotiator Michel Barnier expresses some optimism over Brexit talks.
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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.
Tatton edges closer to £6 billion assets mark
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.
‘Active managers will earn their fees’: Inside SG Wealth's investments
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