Friends Ivory & Sime today announced the completion of its ISIS fixed interest business and promptly...
Friends Ivory & Sime today announced the completion of its ISIS fixed interest business and promptly threw down the gauntlet to rival outfits by saying clients would soon be switching over to take advantage of a stronger team.
FIS chief investment officer Robert Talbut also says that the appointment of Andrew Tunks as director seals the reputation of the fixed interest business.
With key people in place, ISIS is ready to take on "an awful lot more with no additional strain".
Talbut expects fixed interest assets currently managed elsewhere to eventually end up with his outfit.
The aviation sector's constant evaluation of errors in order to improve safety should be applied to defined benefit (DB) schemes, as too many are repeating the same mistakes again and again, research has shown.
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