More than half (51%) of Britain's small business owners have left no instructions in their will or made any special arrangements regarding shares according to Legal & General's 'State of the Nation's SMEs' report.
Just over a quarter (26%) of shareholders said they would buy the shares left following the death of a fellow shareholder, with over half (51%) having to rely on their personal wealth to do this. Fewer...
View from the front row
Project Libra unveiled
Including SJP and investment trusts
Spent two years at Sanlam
Will also assess FCA's actions