Overall sales fall in volatile August
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Standard Life Investments (SLI) has confirmed it is set to merge away 11 former Ignis mandates which duplicate existing SLI strategies.
Investor sentiment fell to its lowest level since May 2013 in September, a Lloyds Private Bank survey has revealed, on the back of growing concerns over China.
MetLife has launched a flexible guaranteed drawdown product utilising funds from Fidelity Worldwide Investment and BlackRock.
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IFA consolidator AFH Financial is set to purchase more than 160,000 shares from the firm's former chief investment officer, who recently left the business.
Equity fund sales hit a 15-year peak in July, according to the latest statistics from the Investment Association, ahead of a turbulent August which saw many investors retreating from markets.
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Equity manager Neil Woodford has told investors he had been anticipating the recent dramatic market volatility in China for more than a year.
Investors have to play the long game
Insurance giant Zurich has revived its attempt to acquire rival business RSA with a new proposed cash offer of 550p per share, valuing the company at about £5.6bn.
Shanghai index falls another 7.6%
Chancellor issues warning after nearly 5% FTSE drop
Research firm adds 46 trackers to recommended list
Managers stand firm as panic-selling continues
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Financial markets are "ripe for major decline" next year, according to a fund manager who forecast the dotcom bubble and 2008's global credit crisis.
Friends Life is planning to transfer £24bn worth of segregated mandates from AXA Investment Managers to Aviva Investors, following its takeover by the latter's parent company at the end of last year.
Standard Life Investments' Global Absolute Return Strategies fund has suffered its first quarterly loss since mid-2013 in the three months to 30 June after it was caught up in the market volatility seen in the second quarter.
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