Andrew Nickson has joined Fidelity’s UK sales team as a strategic account manager.
Equity income investors saved by special dividends as underlying growth in payouts falls in real terms
The group recorded net outflows of £701m last year driven by adverse performance, the retirement of Bill Mott and the sale of its Liverpool business.
Moody’s downgrading of Tesco debt to junk may throw up opportunities, says TwentyFour’s Bowie.
Fund facelift sees James Burns turn to investment trust stalwarts, Alastair Mundy and Job Curtis.
Henderson manager thinks Solvency II rules will favour sector as he ups exposure to 20 per cent.
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A survey suggests the public still values annuities, in spite of their shoddy reputation.
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