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Unveils new equity income fund
Retail fund management is "out of control" and should borrow ideas from the institutional sector to radically reorganise, Nucleus chief executive David Ferguson has said.
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Nucleus is considering launching a direct-to-consumer (D2C) platform in an effort to better serve the 6,000 orphaned clients it currently redirects to Hargreaves Lansdown each year.
Wrap platform Nucleus has appointed Mike Seddon as chairman of its advisory board.
Nucleus has passed £5bn assets under administration (AUA) on its platform.
Nucleus chief executive David Ferguson has called into question the validity of platforms charging on a basis point scale.
Wrap provider Nucleus has reported an operating loss of almost £1m for 2011 as the group invested in its proposition.
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Nucleus CEO David Ferguson has stressed the wrap's ownership structure will remain unchanged after its rights issue which is progressing ahead of schedule.
The Bank of Japan has cut interest rates to virtually zero in an effort to revive the ailing economy.
Nucleus has hired Skandia sales director Mike Wallis as new regional business development director.
Nucleus CEO David Ferguson believes the IFA-owned platform is beginning to achieve major traction in the UK market, with the wrap taking in about 35% of the inflows achieved by giant Skandia in the first half.
Nucleus CEO David Ferguson has revealed the IFA-owned wrap will be profitable in a matter of weeks and says February has been a stand-out month in terms of inflows.