Scottish Widows has increased its equity holding in intermediary group Berkeley Berry Birch to 9.8%....
Scottish Widows has increased its equity holding in intermediary group Berkeley Berry Birch to 9.8%. Scottish Widows, one of five original provider investors that supported the creation of Berkeley Berry Birch, said the move is a response to the consolidation of distribution in the financial services industry. Nathan Moss, managing director of marketing and distribution at Scottish Widows, said: 'A core part of Scottish Widows' IFA strategy is to work increasingly closely with firms to jointly develop enhanced services and more efficient ways of working.'
Caring for children and elderly relatives
Similar to June 2007
Square Mile’s series of informal interviews
Fine reduced to £60,000
Two roles created