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Old Mutual Global Investors is to introduce a fixed ongoing charges figure (OCF) across its fund range next year, and will also implement a volume discount for its largest funds.
Schroders has beaten analysts' expectations to post an 18% growth in profits in the third quarter of the year.
You could count the number of funds in the IMA UK All Companies sector to outperform the FTSE All Share in Q2 on one hand (almost). Charles Younes leads the inquest…
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Fund managers are urging caution following a dramatic week for investors, saying the traditional strategy of buying on market falls may no longer make sense.
Bill Gross has said that having too many decision makers can cause problems in the world of fund management, following his sudden departure from PIMCO.
Insurer Prudential has launched an onshore bond available through the True Potential platform.
Liontrust's assets under management are to climb above £4bn imminently after the group won a £320m UK equity income mandate.
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The current 55% tax duty payable when pension funds are passed on after death is set to be axed under this government, George Osborne has announced.
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