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        Aviva Investors promotes head of equities Lis to CIO

        Professional Adviser | 02 Sep 2014 | 16:17

        Aviva Investors has promoted David Lis to chief investment officer for equities and multi-asset as new chief executive Euan Munro continues to make changes at the group.

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        Novia takes stake in wealth business to boost DFM service

        Wrap platform Novia has formed a strategic partnership with Tavistock by teaming up with Cocoon Investments to acquire a £250,000 stake in the business.

        Professional Adviser | 01 Sep 2014 | 08:48
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        IMA: Tracker funds net retail sales highest on record at £532m

        Tracker funds saw net retail sales of £532m in July, the highest level since Investment Management Association (IMA) records began twenty two years ago.

        Professional Adviser | 27 Aug 2014 | 10:18

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