'Top dozen or so'
Following waves of outflows
Range of multi-asset funds
Follows adviser demand
US, UK and global equity vehicles
Four new entrants
Investors in the former New Star Heart of Africa fund will receive the proceeds of the vehicle's sale tomorrow.
F&C is writing to investors with a proposal of merging eight of its Oeics into other F&C portfolios to be effective from the end of June.
Way Group has today announced the full range of funds it will make available for inheritance tax (IHT) mitigation through the Ascentric wrap platform.
Zurich has been forced to bail out its fixed-interest deposit funds after exposure to potentially toxic mortgage securities.
Transfer values have been rising steadily despite significant falls in scheme funding levels, Hargreaves Lansdown says.
Suffolk Life has negotiated further discounts on third party funds via Cofunds, it announced today.
Standard Life has cut the price of its Sterling Pension fund by almost 5% today after a fall in the underlying fund value.
Fund managers only get around 50pc of their decisions correct, according to research from investment analysis firm Inalytics.
Policy Selection Limited (PSL) is offering a fund based on the US Senior Life Settlements market to UK IFAs and their clients.
High performance investment funds don't spend long at the top of the tree, research suggests.
More and more fund managers are opting to leave large houses and strike out on their own, according to Resolution Asset Management.
IFAs will have access to the new 90% geared £2bn Symmetry Property Fund being launched through a joint venture private equity deal between Bank of Scotland Corporate and property investment company aAIM Group.
Catherine Stanley, manager of the F&C UK Smaller Companies fund is forecasting a move by companies away from listing on Aim.
News that fund managers Tim Callaghan, Adrian Darley and Jonathan Fearon have pledged to move to Britannic Asset Management from Gartmore will be followed by an active communications process to keep IFAs up to date on when exactly they will start their...
UK Real Estate Investment Trusts will have to pay an "entry charge" worth 2% of the market value of their investment properties before they are allowed to proceed under the Reit regime set to take effect 1 January 2007, announced by HMRC today.
Property services group Knight Frank is set to announce further collective investment scheme fund-raising through the rest of 2006, which is likely to involve talking to IFAs, says Robert Hannington, chairman of Knight Frank (KF) Corporate Finance Limited....
An independent body or "investor representative" has been proposed by the FSA to act on behalf of retail investors on the esoteric issue of soft commissions in the field of retail funds.
Scottish Widows has maintained its bonus rates on the majority of with-profits policies but the market value reduction has been cut by an average 3% on the back of improved investment performance.