How much do you remember about five of the key stories of the past five days? (Answers on next page.)
1 Axa Wealth had grown overall assets under management to almost £25bn by the end of Q3 this year. But which part of the business contributes the most? (Story here)
C Corporate Investment Services
2 Which of the following qualifies as the largest fund manager in the world, on assets under management? (Story here)
A State Street
3 Stephen Gay is to leave his post as director at the Association of British Insurers. Which adviser-affiliated organisation has he previously headed up? (Story here)
A AIFA (now APFA)
How much do you remember from the past five days in news?
4 What percentage of advisers have considered building (or buying in) an execution-only proposition, according to consultancy Adviser Home? (Story here)
5 (Sorry, another percentage question to finish) What percentage of recently-launched ‘clean' share class funds turn out to be more expensive than their bundled equivalents by an average of 10bps, according to James Hay Partnership? (Story here)
Answers on next page...
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