Edinburgh Fund Managers, which lost control of the Edinburgh Investment Trust earlier this year to F...
Edinburgh Fund Managers, which lost control of the Edinburgh Investment Trust earlier this year to Fidelity, saw its profits drop by 40% in the first half of 2002. The loss of the trust was highly significant for the Edinburgh group, which is seeking to cut costs by closing offices in the US and Canada. The revenues of around £3m it received from the trust represented roughly 10% of its entire turnover, according to Bloomberg.
Service increasingly key
Aiming to be' top three' UK financial planner
Lowest measure since index launched in 1995
Complaints into double figures
Despite lower median annual earnings