Royal London 360 has launched a new single premium offshore bond called Oracle.
IFAonline lists who has moved where in another busy week in financial services.
A strong performance from pensions arm Scottish Life helped Royal London's operating profits rise 42% to £243m in 2010 compared to the previous year.
Lloyds Banking Group managing director Phil Loney has been appointed group chief executive of Royal London.
Royal London's wrap platform Ascentric increased new assets under management by 189% to £1,217m in 2010 from £421m the previous year.
Royal London Group lost £2m in the first half of 2010, compared with an £18m profit last year.
Royal London group chief executive Mike Yardley is planning to step down to focus on helping the industry tackle future challenges.
Positive Solutions is hosting a series of "Wealth Synergy Events" for its IFA partners across the UK.
Royal London total new life and pensions business rose 35% in the first half of the year, driven by strong performances from Scottish Life and Royal London 360.
Protection providers Bright Grey and Scottish Provident have suffered significant drops in sales over the first half of the year.
Standard & Poor's (S&P) has improved Royal London's rating outlook to ‘positive', saying the life company is now a more competitive force in the UK market place.
Royal Liver and Royal London have successfully completed the first stage of merger talks and have signed an agreement setting out the framework for ongoing discussions.
Insurer Royal Liver has put a possible takeover deal by Royal London on the table to members at the Groups' AGM.
Royal London new life and pensions business increased by more than 50% in Q1 this year, led by a strong performance from its pensions arm Scottish Life.
As more and more advisers opt to use wraps, Samantha Downes looks at how the platform will transform business post RDR
UK life and pensions giant Royal London today reports new business climbed 17% to £343.6m in 2009.
Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) is planning to convert a further four unit trusts to Oeics at the end of February 2010.
Royal London 360 has appointed its first wrap relations manager in response to the increasing popularity of wraps and their importance to the company's offshore bond proposition.
Royal London reported a mixed bag of new business results for the first nine months of 2009, with its Scottish Life pensions arm down 5% but Bright Grey sales up 10% on last year.
Royal London Asset Management and the FSA are warning investors of a fraudster firm operating under the ‘Royal London Investment Group' banner.
John Deane talks to Paul Robertson on management of a multi brand proposition, mutuality and the ever present protection gap.
Royal London UK Mid-Cap Growth trust manager Leigh Himsworth is set to leave the firm in the autumn to join Gartmore.
Royal London has reported a drop in its pensions and investment business in the first half of the year, blaming market volatility and a weak economic environment.
Karen Wagg's blog yesterday highlighted a book by Aaron Brown, executive director at Morgan Stanley, which claims finance and poker are very similar and investment professionals can learn a lot from good poker players.