Alternative business structures (ABSs) are the vehicles created by the Legal Services Act 2007 to make legal advice more widely accessible than through the traditional solicitors' practice, writes Ian Muirhead.
Research conducted in advance of the Act concluded that 40% of the UK population never seeks legal advice either because they do not think they can afford it or because they are intimidated by the prospect...
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Talking Strategies: In the video below, Jupiter's fund managers discuss how changing tides over the past two decades have resulted in emerging markets, including EMD, and Asia and Japanese equities to become a core part of many wealth manager portfolios....
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